Feng Gao mostly deals with Parallel manipulator, Control theory, Kinematics, Simulation and Control engineering. His Parallel manipulator research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Motion, Acceleration, Inverse dynamics and Topology. His Control theory research includes themes of Robot, Robotics and Artificial intelligence.
His Robot study combines topics in areas such as Mechanism and Drilling. He studies Inverse kinematics which is a part of Kinematics. His research in Simulation intersects with topics in Gait, Universal joint and Probleme inverse.
Feng Gao mainly focuses on Control theory, Robot, Kinematics, Simulation and Parallel manipulator. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mechanism and Stiffness. Robot is frequently linked to Control engineering in his study.
His Control engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Control system, Control and Forging. His work carried out in the field of Kinematics brings together such families of science as Motion, Robot end effector, Algorithm and Topology. Feng Gao has researched Simulation in several fields, including Gait, Legged robot, Trajectory and Motion simulator.
Feng Gao focuses on Robot, Control theory, Simulation, Kinematics and Hardware-in-the-loop simulation. His work on Legged robot, Hexapod, Robot control and Workspace as part of general Robot research is frequently linked to Terrain, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Workspace research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Control engineering, Parallel manipulator and Task.
The concepts of his Control theory study are interwoven with issues in Mechanism and Position. His studies in Simulation integrate themes in fields like Control system, Stairs, Gait, Robot kinematics and Trajectory. His Kinematics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Motion, Displacement and Topology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Robot, Control theory, Kinematics, Legged robot and Simulation. His work deals with themes such as Feed forward, Tripod and Topology, which intersect with Robot. Feng Gao undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Control theory and Set theory through his research.
His study in Kinematics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Workspace, Mechanism and Position. Feng Gao combines subjects such as Control engineering, Mobile manipulator, Forward kinematics and Optimal design with his study of Workspace. His study looks at the relationship between Simulation and fields such as Trajectory, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
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New kinematic structures for 2-, 3-, 4-, and 5-DOF parallel manipulator designs
Feng Gao;Weimin Li;Xianchao Zhao;Zhenlin Jin.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (2002)
Optimum design of 3-DOF spherical parallel manipulators with respect to the conditioning and stiffness indices
Xin-Jun Liu;Zhen-Lin Jin;Feng Gao.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (2000)
Controllable Synthesis of Fluorescent Carbon Dots and Their Detection Application as Nanoprobes
Zhi Yang;Zhaohui Li;Minghan Xu;Yujie Ma.
Nano-micro Letters (2013)
Performance evaluation of two-degree-of-freedom planar parallel robots
Feng Gao;Xinjun Liu;William A. Gruver.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (1998)
A new terminal sliding mode control for robotic manipulators
Dongya Zhao;Shaoyuan Li;Feng Gao.
International Journal of Control (2009)
On the analysis of a new spatial three-degrees-of-freedom parallel manipulator
Xin-Jun Liu;Jinsong Wang;Feng Gao;Li-Ping Wang.
international conference on robotics and automation (2001)
Robust finite-time control approach for robotic manipulators
D. Zhao;S. Li;Q. Zhu;F. Gao.
Iet Control Theory and Applications (2010)
Relationship among input-force, payload, stiffness and displacement of a 3-DOF perpendicular parallel micro-manipulator
Yi Yue;Feng Gao;Xianchao Zhao;Q. Jeffrey Ge.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (2010)
Robust adaptive terminal sliding mode-based synchronised position control for multiple motion axes systems
D. Zhao;S. Li;F. Gao;Q. Zhu.
Iet Control Theory and Applications (2009)
R-CUBE, a decoupled parallel manipulator only with revolute joints
Weimin Li;Feng Gao;Jianjun Zhang.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (2005)
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