The Assemble and Animate Control Framework for Modular Reconfigurable Robots

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011

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The Assemble and Animate Control Framework for Modular Reconfigurable Robots. / Christensen, David Johan; Schultz, Ulrik Pagh; Moghadam, Mikael.

Proceedings of the IROS Workshop on Reconfigurable Modular Robotics: Challenges of Mechatronic and Bio-Chemo-Hybrid Systems. 2011.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011

Harvard

Christensen, DJ, Schultz, UP & Moghadam, M 2011, 'The Assemble and Animate Control Framework for Modular Reconfigurable Robots'. in Proceedings of the IROS Workshop on Reconfigurable Modular Robotics: Challenges of Mechatronic and Bio-Chemo-Hybrid Systems.

APA

Christensen, D. J., Schultz, U. P., & Moghadam, M. (2011). The Assemble and Animate Control Framework for Modular Reconfigurable Robots. In Proceedings of the IROS Workshop on Reconfigurable Modular Robotics: Challenges of Mechatronic and Bio-Chemo-Hybrid Systems.

CBE

Christensen DJ, Schultz UP, Moghadam M. 2011. The Assemble and Animate Control Framework for Modular Reconfigurable Robots. In Proceedings of the IROS Workshop on Reconfigurable Modular Robotics: Challenges of Mechatronic and Bio-Chemo-Hybrid Systems.

MLA

Christensen, David Johan, Ulrik Pagh Schultz, and Mikael Moghadam "The Assemble and Animate Control Framework for Modular Reconfigurable Robots". Proceedings of the IROS Workshop on Reconfigurable Modular Robotics: Challenges of Mechatronic and Bio-Chemo-Hybrid Systems. 2011.

Vancouver

Christensen DJ, Schultz UP, Moghadam M. The Assemble and Animate Control Framework for Modular Reconfigurable Robots. In Proceedings of the IROS Workshop on Reconfigurable Modular Robotics: Challenges of Mechatronic and Bio-Chemo-Hybrid Systems. 2011.

Author

Christensen, David Johan; Schultz, Ulrik Pagh; Moghadam, Mikael / The Assemble and Animate Control Framework for Modular Reconfigurable Robots.

Proceedings of the IROS Workshop on Reconfigurable Modular Robotics: Challenges of Mechatronic and Bio-Chemo-Hybrid Systems. 2011.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011

Bibtex

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