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robot (5)
driven (3)
memori (2)
bridg (2)
actuat (2)

Stem cabl$ (all stems)

12 papers:

CASECASE-2015-GagliardiniCG #parallel
Dimensioning of cable-driven parallel robot actuators, gearboxes and winches according to the twist feasible workspace (LG, SC, MG), pp. 99–105.
CASECASE-2014-MahlerKLSMKPWFAG #learning #process #using
Learning accurate kinematic control of cable-driven surgical robots using data cleaning and Gaussian Process Regression (JM, SK, ML, SS, AM, BK, SP, JW, MF, PA, KYG), pp. 532–539.
Caterpillar-based cable climbing robot for inspection of suspension bridge hanger rope (KHC, YHJ, HMK, HM, JK, HRC), pp. 1059–1062.
CASECASE-2012-KimCJLKC #development #maintenance
Development of cable climbing robot for maintenance of suspension bridges (HMK, KHC, YHJ, FL, JK, HRC), pp. 606–611.
HCIOCSC-2011-HarrisonW #industrial
E-Business Solutions in the Cable TV Industry (VH, JW), pp. 182–187.
Field-tests of a redundantly actuated cable-driven robot for environmental sampling applications (PHB, BLJ, MAB, GSS, WJK), pp. 615–620.
Variational integrators for constrained cables (KN, TDM), pp. 802–807.
HPCAHPCA-2002-JamiesonB #clustering #concurrent #memory management #named #thread
CableS: Thread Control and Memory Management Extensions for Shared Virtual Memory Clusters (PJ, AB), pp. 263–274.
DACDAC-1999-SchaumontCVE #automation
A 10 Mbit/s Upstream Cable Modem with Automatic equalization (PS, RC, SV, ME), pp. 337–340.
SACSAC-1997-KhasawnehO #evaluation #network #protocol
An evaluation study of protocols used in cable TV networks (RMK, MSO), pp. 52–57.
ICSEICSE-1987-BerlinerZ #empirical #requirements #specification
An Experiment in Technology Transfer: PAISLey Specification of Requirements for an Undersea Lightwave Cable System (EFB, PZ), pp. 42–50.
Bundling (cable signal assignment) (JLK).

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