Robert D. Howe mainly investigates Artificial intelligence, Tactile sensor, Simulation, Haptic technology and Biomedical engineering. His research integrates issues of Remote manipulator and Computer vision in his study of Artificial intelligence. His Computer vision study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Surgical instrument and Perception.
His study in Tactile sensor is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Acoustics, Tactile display, Vibration, Teleoperation and Signal processing. His Simulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Kinematics, Motion control, Actuator, Robustness and Contact force. His Biomedical engineering research incorporates elements of Indentation, Viscoelasticity, Soft tissue and Perfusion.
Robert D. Howe mainly focuses on Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Simulation, Robot and Haptic technology. His research on Computer vision also deals with topics like
His research in Simulation intersects with topics in Actuator, Control theory, Teleoperation, Workspace and Contact force. The Robot study combines topics in areas such as Kinematics, Stiffness and Robustness. Robert D. Howe interconnects Acoustics and Signal processing in the investigation of issues within Tactile sensor.
Robot, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Jamming and Mechanical engineering are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Robot study are interwoven with issues in Robustness, Control theory, Ranging, Visualization and Bending. His Artificial intelligence research incorporates themes from Kinematics and Simulation.
His Simulation research is mostly focused on the topic Haptic technology. His studies in Computer vision integrate themes in fields like Imaging phantom, Catheter and Ultrasound imaging. His work deals with themes such as Resolution and Tactile sensor, which intersect with Object.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Robot, Jamming, Robustness, Mechanical engineering and Electronic engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Structural engineering, Design tool and Equidistant as well as Robot. Robert D. Howe undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Jamming and Laminar flow through his works.
As part of his studies on Laminar flow, Robert D. Howe frequently links adjacent subjects like Control theory. His Mechanical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Adhesion, Large strain and Soft robotics.
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The role of force feedback in surgery: analysis of blunt dissection
C.R. Wagner;N. Stylopoulos;R.D. Howe.
symposium on haptic interfaces for virtual environment and teleoperator systems (2002)
The Highly Adaptive SDM Hand: Design and Performance Evaluation
Aaron M. Dollar;Robert D. Howe.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2010)
A compliant, underactuated hand for robust manipulation
Lael U. Odhner;Leif P. Jentoft;Mark R. Claffee;Nicholas Corson.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2014)
Robotics for surgery.
Robert D. Howe;Yoky Matsuoka.
Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering (1999)
Tactile display of vibratory information in teleoperation and virtual environments
Dimitrios A. Kontarinis;Robert D. Howe.
Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments (1995)
Remote palpation technology
R.D. Howe;W.J. Peine;D.A. Kantarinis;J.S. Son.
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine (1995)
A force-reflecting teleoperated hand system for the study of tactile sensing in precision manipulation
international conference on robotics and automation (1992)
Tactile sensing and control of robotic manipulation
Robert D. Howe.
Advanced Robotics (1993)
Human grasp choice and robotic grasp analysis
Mark R. Cutkosky;Robert D. Howe.
Dextrous robot hands (1990)
Sensing skin acceleration for slip and texture perception
R.D. Howe;M.R. Cutkosky.
international conference on robotics and automation (1989)
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