大鐘 大介 OGANE Daisuke

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三井建設 Mitsui Construction CO., LTD. (2001年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • W223 Development of Omini-directional Locomotion Mechanism for Power Assist System  [in Japanese]

    HYODO Kazuhito , YOSHIMITSU Toshihiro , YAMAMOTO Keijiro , OGANE Daisuke

    In this paper, we described a omni-directional locomotion mechanism using four wheels and applied it to power assist system. To cover to various users, we developed a dynamic control system. In this s …

    Dynamics and Design Conference : 機械力学・計測制御講演論文集 : D & D 2001(abstract), 315, 2001-08-03

  • W210 Development of Agent Robot System  [in Japanese]

    HYODO Kazuhito , YOSHIMITSU Toshihiro , YAMAMOTO Keijiro , OGANE Daisuke

    This paper describes development of agent oriented robot control system. Multi-agent architecture was employed, so that user can easily construct control systems. Mobile agents are convenient programs …

    Dynamics and Design Conference : 機械力学・計測制御講演論文集 : D & D 2001(abstract), 302, 2001-08-03

  • 2A1-N4 Development of Real Time Controller for Mobile Agent System  [in Japanese]

    Hyodo K. , Yamamoto K. , Ogane D. , Hata S.

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2001(0), 52, 2001

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  • On Stiffness Control of Tendon-Driven Robotic Mechanism with Redundant Tendons  [in Japanese]

    HYODO Kazuhito , KOBAYASHI Hiroaki , OGANE Daisuke , YAMAMOTO Keijiro

    Tendon-driven mechanisms have been used mainly in articulated-finger hands because of the small size and the light weight. Recently, for the necessity of forcecontrolled robot arms, several researcher …

    Journal of the Robotics Society of Japan 17(4), 493-502, 1999-05-15

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  • Mechanism and Control of a 7 D.O.F. Tendon-Driven Robotic Arm with NST  [in Japanese]

    OGANE Daisuke , HYODO Kazuhito , KOBAYASHI Hiroaki

    If a robot arm which has similar characteristics to human arm is realized, it will open new possibilities in the application of robots. One typical example of such characteristics is viscous-elasticit …

    Journal of the Robotics Society of Japan 14(8), 1152-1159, 1996-11-15

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