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JRM Most Downloaded Papers, Jan.-Feb. 2017

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1 - Vol.29
No.1
(2017)
Acoustic Monitoring of the Great Reed Warbler Using Multiple Microphone Arrays and Robot Audition
Shiho Matsubayashi, Reiji Suzuki, Fumiyuki Saito, Tatsuyoshi Murate, Tomohisa Masuda, Koichi Yamamoto, Ryosuke Kojima, Kazuhiro Nakadai, and Hiroshi G. Okuno
acoustic monitoring, microphone arrays, robot audition, HARKBird, the great reed warbler
2 2 Vol.22
No.3
(2010)
Development of a Robot Balanced on a Ball - First Report, Implementation of the Robot and Basic Control -
Masaaki Kumagai and Takaya Ochiai
inverted pendulum, ball balance, stepping motor, omnidirectional wheel, ballbot
2 - Vol.28
No.6
(2016)
Autonomous Flight of Hexacopter Under Propulsion System Failure
Yi Yang, Daisuke Iwakura, Akio Namiki, Kenzo Nonami, and Wei Wang
hexacopter, fault tolerant, control allocation, linear quadratic integral (LQI)
2 - Vol.28
No.6
(2016)
Sliding Mode Control for Hexacopter Stabilization with Motor Failure
Yi Yang, Wei Wang, Daisuke Iwakura, Akio Namiki, and Kenzo Nonami
hexacopter, fault tolerant, MRSMC, control allocation
3 - Vol.26
No.1
(2014)
Development of the SCARA
Hiroshi Makino
assembly robot, SCARA, selective compliance
3 - Vol.26
No.2
(2014)
Autonomous Navigation of a Mobile Robot Based on GNSS/DR Integration in Outdoor Environments
Taro Suzuki, Mitsunori Kitamura, Yoshiharu Amano,
and Nobuaki Kubo
mobile robot, GPS, GPS/DR, navigation
3 - Vol.28
No.2
(2016)
Optimum Placement of Wireless Access Point for Mobile Robot Positioning in an Indoor Environment
Abdul Halim Ismail, Ryosuke Tasaki, Hideo Kitagawa, and Kazuhiko Terashima
indoor positioning, location fingerprinting, wireless nodes optimization, AP placement, indoor environment
3 - Vol.28
No.4
(2016)
Development of Autonomous Mobile Robot that Can Navigate in Rainy Situations
Naoki Akai, Yasunari Kakigi, Shogo Yoneyama, and Koichi Ozaki
autonomous mobile robot, Real World Robot Challenge, navigation in rainy situation, influence of rain against sensors
3 2 Vol.28
No.6
(2016)
A Suitable Design of Assist System for Human Meal by Reducing Maneuverability Variance in Workspace
Kiyotaka Fukui and Katsuyoshi Tsujita
exoskeletal assist system, maneuverability variances in workspace, kinematically admissible design
3 - Vol.28
No.6
(2016)
Development of an Intraoral Interface for Human-Ability Extension Robots
Uori Koike, Guillermo Enriquez, Takanobu Miwa, Huei Ee Yap, Madoka Kabasawa, and Shuji Hashimoto
augmented human, assistive technologies, human-ability extension robots, intraoral interface, extended body
3 3 Vol.28
No.6
(2016)
Autonomous Mobile Robot Navigation Using Scene Matching with Local Features
Toshiaki Shioya, Kazushige Kogure, Tomoyuki Iwata, and Naoya Ohta
local feature, view sequence, autonomous mobile robot, self-localization
3 - Vol.29
No.1
(2017)
Community-Centric System – Support of Human Ties –
Eri Sato-Shimokawara and Toru Yamaguchi
community-centric system, robotics, communications
3 - Vol.29
No.1
(2017)
Design and Assessment of Sound Source Localization System with a UAV-Embedded Microphone Array
Kotaro Hoshiba, Osamu Sugiyama, Akihide Nagamine, Ryosuke Kojima, Makoto Kumon, and Kazuhiro Nakadai
robot audition, sound source localization, multiple signal classification, actual environmental measurement, unmanned aerial vehicle
3 - Vol.29
No.1
(2017)
Low Latency and High Quality Two-Stage Human-Voice-Enhancement System for a Hose-Shaped Rescue Robot
Yoshiaki Bando, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Nobutaka Ono, Shoji Makino, Katsutoshi Itoyama, Daichi Kitamura, Masaru Ishimura, Moe Takakusaki, Narumi Mae, Kouei Yamaoka, Yutaro Matsui, Yuichi Ambe, Masashi Konyo, Satoshi Tadokoro, Kazuyoshi Yoshii, and Hiroshi G. Okuno
hose-shaped rescue robot, blind human-voice enhancement, search and rescue, robot audition
3 - Vol.29
No.1
(2017)
HARKBird: Exploring Acoustic Interactions in Bird Communities Using a Microphone Array
Reiji Suzuki, Shiho Matsubayashi, Richard W. Hedley, Kazuhiro Nakadai, and Hiroshi G. Okuno
bird songs, localization, temporal soundscape partitioning, microphone array, HARK
3 - Vol.29
No.1
(2017)
Bird Song Scene Analysis Using a Spatial-Cue-Based Probabilistic Model
Ryosuke Kojima, Osamu Sugiyama, Kotaro Hoshiba, Kazuhiro Nakadai, Reiji Suzuki, and Charles E. Taylor
bird song identification, robot audition, scene understanding, probabilistic model

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