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recognit (3)
system (3)
correct (2)
tactil (2)
assist (2)

Stem slip$ (all stems)

12 papers:

CASECASE-2012-HuangZL #adaptation #design
Design of a grasp force adaptive control system with tactile and slip perception (ZXH, XDZ, YNL), pp. 1101–1105.
CASECASE-2012-KehoeBG #adaptation #bound
Estimating part tolerance bounds based on adaptive Cloud-based grasp planning with slip (BK, DB, KG), pp. 1106–1113.
CASECASE-2012-WeiZW #detection #recognition #research
Research on a detection and recognition method of tactile-slip sensation used to control the Elderly-assistant & Walking-assistant Robot (XW, XZ, YW), pp. 1040–1045.
RERE-2011-BjarnasonWR #case study #communication #development #requirements #scalability
Requirements are slipping through the gaps — A case study on causes & effects of communication gaps in large-scale software development (EB, KW, BR), pp. 37–46.
ICPRICPR-2010-LiaoH #detection #energy
Slip and Fall Events Detection by Analyzing the Integrated Spatiotemporal Energy Map (TL, CLH), pp. 1718–1721.
CASECASE-2009-CaldwellM #estimation #higher-order
Second-order optimal estimation of slip state for a simple slip-steered vehicle (TMC, TDM), pp. 133–139.
ICDARICDAR-2009-KermorvantBMM #recognition
From Isolated Handwritten Characters to Fields Recognition: There’s Many a Slip Twixt Cup and Lip (CK, ALB, PM, FM), pp. 1031–1035.
An Inverse Dynamical Model for Slip Gait (JY, DJ, LJ, JZ, RW, XF, DZ), pp. 253–258.
A Decision Support System for Preventing and Correcting Burden Slips, Drops and Hangs in a Blast Furnace (DM, JT, ED, RB, FO), pp. 197–201.
Improving Quasi-Dynamic Schedules through Region Slip (FS, BF, SJP, SSL), pp. 149–158.
ICDARICDAR-1999-JeeKL #fault #using
Error Correction of Korean Courtesy Amounts in Bank Slips using Rule Information and cross-referencing (TCJ, EJK, YL), pp. 95–98.
ICDARICDAR-1993-PaikJL #automation #multi #recognition
Multiple combined recognition system for automatic processing of credit card slip applications (JP, SJ, YL), pp. 520–523.

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