JRM Most Downloaded Papers, Sep. 2017

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No.1 - Vol.29
Control Method for Helicopters Tethered to Ground Station with Compensation for Disturbance Caused by Cable Tension
Atsushi Imadu, Takanori Sakai, and Tadao Kawai
cabled helicopter, tethered helicopter, multicopter, compensation control, tension
No.2 - Vol.24
PDAC-Based 3-D Biped Walking Adapted to Rough Terrain Environment
Tadayoshi Aoyama, Kosuke Sekiyama,
Yasuhisa Hasegawa, and Toshio Fukuda
biped walking, point-contact, rough terrain
No.2 - Vol.29
Open Source Integrated Planner for Autonomous Navigation in Highly Dynamic Environments
Hatem Darweesh, Eijiro Takeuchi, Kazuya Takeda, Yoshiki Ninomiya, Adi Sujiwo, Luis Yoichi Morales, Naoki Akai, Tetsuo Tomizawa, and Shinpei Kato
autonomous driving, path planning, open source software
No.3 - Vol.28
Monocular Vision-Based Localization Using ORB-SLAM with LIDAR-Aided Mapping in Real-World Robot Challenge
Adi Sujiwo, Tomohito Ando, Eijiro Takeuchi, Yoshiki Ninomiya, and Masato Edahiro
visual localization, autonomous vehicle, field robotics, Tsukuba Challenge
No.4 1 Vol.29
Current Status and Future Trends on Robot Vision Technology
Manabu Hashimoto, Yukiyasu Domae, and Shun’ichi Kaneko
robot vision, object recognition, 3D feature, industrial robot system, future trends
No.4 - Vol.28
Fundamental Study on Road Detection Method Using Multi-Layered Distance Data with HOG and SVM
Keisuke Kazama, Yasuhiro Akagi, Pongsathorn Raksincharoensak, and Hiroshi Mouri
autonomous vehicle, machine learning, histograms, gradients, active safety
No.4 - Vol.28
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)
No.4 - Vol.29
Analysis of the Energy Loss on Quadruped Robot Having a Flexible Trunk Joint
Masahiro Ikeda and Ikuo Mizuuchi
flexible trunk joint, quadruped robot, energy loss

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