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JRM Most Downloaded Papers, Jul. 2019

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No.1 1 Vol.29
No.4
(2017)
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.1 6 Vol.23
No.1
(2011)
Compliant Walking Control for Hydraulic Driven Hexapod Robot on Rough Terrain
Addie Irawan and Kenzo Nonami
force-based walking, position-based force control, compliant switching, dynamic swing rising control, rough terrain
No.1 2 Vol.29
No.1
(2017)
Sound Source Localization Using Deep Learning Models
Nelson Yalta, Kazuhiro Nakadai, and Tetsuya Ogata
sound source localization, deep learning, deep residual networks
No.1 6 Vol.31
No.2
(2019)
Self-Localization Estimation for Mobile Robot Based on Map-Matching Using Downhill Simplex Method
Kazuya Okawa
map-matching, downhill simplex method, particle filter, self-localization
No.1 10 Vol.30
No.1
(2018)
Docking Method for Hovering-Type AUVs Based on Acoustic and Optical Landmarks
Toshihiro Maki, Yoshiki Sato, Takumi Matsuda, Kotohiro Masuda, and Takashi Sakamaki
AUV, seafloor station, navigation, docking, non-contact charging
No.1 5 Vol.31
No.3
(2019)
Introduction to Simultaneous Localization and Mapping
Takashi Tsubouchi
SLAM, autonomous mobile robot, probabilistic process, mapping, localization
No.1 9 Vol.31
No.3
(2019)
Path Planning in Outdoor Pedestrian Settings Using 2D Digital Maps
Ahmed Farid and Takafumi Matsumaru
path planning, digital maps, pedestrian outdoors, navigation, mobile robots
No.1 9 Vol.31
No.2
(2019)
Development of a Cross-Platform Cockpit for Simulated and Tele-Operated Excavators
Masaru Ito, Yusuke Funahara, Seiji Saiki, Yoichiro Yamazaki, and Yuichi Kurita
unmanned construction, tele-operation, virtual reality, hydraulic excavator, excavator simulator
No.1 - Vol.31
No.3
(2019)
MACROTIS: Cubic Robot with Snap-Through-Buckling Mechanisms for Achieving High Freedom of Movement
Kwanwai Mak, Koichi Osuka, Yasuhiro Sugimoto, and Teruyo Wada
snap-through-buckling, inertia driven motion, high freedom of movement, cubic robot
No.1 9 Vol.31
No.3
(2019)
Trajectory Prediction with a Conditional Variational Autoencoder
Thibault Barbié, Takaki Nishio, and Takeshi Nishida
trajectory prediction, machine learning, conditional variational autoencoder

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