Mamoru Mitsuishi focuses on Simulation, Machining, Haptic technology, Mechanical engineering and Telerobotics. His studies in Simulation integrate themes in fields like User interface, Task, Motion control, Master/slave and Contact force. His study on Motion control also encompasses disciplines like
His Machining research incorporates themes from Cortical bone, Biomedical engineering and Thermal deformation. His Haptic technology research includes themes of Forceps and Compensation. His studies deal with areas such as Indentation, Structural engineering and Torque as well as Mechanical engineering.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Artificial intelligence, Simulation, Computer vision, Robot and Machining. He works on Simulation which deals in particular with Haptic technology. His Haptic technology research integrates issues from Forceps and Control theory.
Mamoru Mitsuishi focuses mostly in the field of Computer vision, narrowing it down to matters related to Ultrasound and, in some cases, Biomedical engineering and Match moving. His Robot research incorporates elements of Orthopedic surgery, Surgery and Cutting tool. His research integrates issues of Control engineering and Machine tool in his study of Machining.
Mamoru Mitsuishi mostly deals with Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Robot, Optics and Simulation. His Artificial intelligence study combines topics in areas such as Machine learning and Task. His Task study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Automation, Data set and Process.
His research in Computer vision tackles topics such as Imaging phantom which are related to areas like High-intensity focused ultrasound. His Robot research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Intelligent control, Constraint, Surgery and Task. His work on Haptic technology as part of his general Simulation study is frequently connected to Ilm peeling, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Mamoru Mitsuishi mainly investigates Optics, Simulation, Interferometry, Wavelength and Robot. He studies Simulation, focusing on Haptic technology in particular. In the field of Interferometry, his study on Fizeau interferometer overlaps with subjects such as Characteristic polynomial.
His research in Wavelength intersects with topics in Surface finish, Cutting tool, Brittleness, Laser assisted and Coating. His study in Robot is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Da Vinci Surgical System, Surgery, Collision avoidance and Robotic arm. His research in Control engineering focuses on subjects like Reinforcement learning, which are connected to Contact force.
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Biomedical production of implants by additive electro-chemical and physical processes
Paulo Jorge Da Silva bartolo;Jean-Pierre Kruth;Jorge Silva;Gideon Levy;Gideon Levy.
Cirp Annals-manufacturing Technology (2012)
Open Controller Architecture – Past, Present and Future
Günter Pritschow;Yusuf Altintas;Francesco Jovane;Yoram Koren.
Cirp Annals-manufacturing Technology (2001)
GestureMan: a mobile robot that embodies a remote instructor's actions
Hideaki Kuzuoka;Shinya Oyama;Keiichi Yamazaki;Kenji Suzuki.
conference on computer supported cooperative work (2000)
Robot-assisted vitreoretinal surgery: development of a prototype and feasibility studies in an animal model.
Takashi Ueta;Yoshiharu Yamaguchi;Yoshihiro Shirakawa;Taiga Nakano.
Remote ultrasound diagnostic system
M. Mitsuishi;S. Warisawa;T. Tsuda;T. Higuchi.
international conference on robotics and automation (2001)
A parallel robot to assist vitreoretinal surgery.
Taiga Nakano;Naohiko Sugita;Takashi Ueta;Yasuhiro Tamaki.
computer assisted radiology and surgery (2009)
Development of an Intelligent Machining Center Incorporating Active Compensation for Thermal Distortion
Y. Hatamura;T. Nagao;M. Mitsuishi;K. Kato.
Cirp Annals-manufacturing Technology (1993)
Development of a high dexterity, minimally-invasive surgical system with augmented force feedback capability
J. Arata;M. Mitsuishi;S. Warisawa;K. Tanaka.
international conference on robotics and automation (2004)
Mechanistic modeling of bone-drilling process with experimental validation
Jianbo Sui;Naohiko Sugita;Kentaro Ishii;Kanako Harada.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2014)
Development of a remote minimally-invasive surgical system with operational environment transmission capability
M. Mitsuishi;J. Arata;K. Tanaka;M. Miyamoto.
international conference on robotics and automation (2003)
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