1992 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Warren P. Seering mostly deals with Control theory, Input shaping, Vibration, Vibration control and Control engineering. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Control theory and Impulse. Input shaping is often connected to Amplitude in his work.
His Vibration study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Convolution, System model and Space Shuttle. His Vibration control research includes themes of Natural frequency and Residual. Warren P. Seering has researched Control engineering in several fields, including Domain, Line, Problem domain, Domain knowledge and Robot.
His primary areas of study are Control theory, Control engineering, Vibration, Input shaping and Vibration control. His study deals with a combination of Control theory and Impulse. His study in Control engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Control, Robot, Artificial intelligence, Simulation and Robot control.
His work in the fields of Vibration, such as Natural frequency, overlaps with other areas such as Reduction and Remote manipulator. Warren P. Seering interconnects Spacecraft, Reduction, Amplitude, Residual and Convolution in the investigation of issues within Input shaping. His research in Vibration control intersects with topics in Distributed parameter system, Optimal control and Space technology.
His main research concerns New product development, Product, Success factors, Data science and Operations research. His New product development study combines topics in areas such as Quality, Design process and Process management. His work often combines Product and Key studies.
His Designtheory research focuses on Design knowledge and how it connects with Engineering design process. His studies in Engineering design process integrate themes in fields like Sociotechnical system, Complex system and Systems engineering. His research integrates issues of Space and Process in his study of Management science.
His primary areas of investigation include New product development, Product, Set, Success factors and Work. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Customer satisfaction and New product development. His Product research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Key and Maturity.
His Set study overlaps with Management science, Engineering design process, Research design, Best practice and Point. He has included themes like Concurrent engineering and Systems engineering in his Management science study. His Engineering design process research integrates issues from Quality, Designtheory, Design knowledge, Data science and Operations research.
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Preshaping Command Inputs to Reduce System Vibration
Neil C. Singer;Warren P. Seering.
Journal of Dynamic Systems Measurement and Control-transactions of The Asme (1990)
Residual Vibration Reduction Using Vector Diagrams to Generate Shaped Inputs
W. Singhose;W. Seering;N. Singer.
Journal of Mechanical Design (1994)
Understanding bandwidth limitations in robot force control
S. Eppinger;W. Seering.
international conference on robotics and automation (1987)
Three dynamic problems in robot force control
S.D. Eppinger;W.P. Seering.
international conference on robotics and automation (1989)
On dynamic models of robot force control
S. Eppinger;W. Seering.
international conference on robotics and automation (1986)
Time-Optimal Negative Input Shapers
W. E. Singhose;W. P. Seering;Neil C. Singer.
Journal of Dynamic Systems Measurement and Control-transactions of The Asme (1997)
Using input command pre-shaping to suppress multiple mode vibration
J.M. Hyde;W.P. Seering.
international conference on robotics and automation (1991)
INPUT SHAPING FOR VIBRATION REDUCTION WITH SPECIFIED INSENSITIVITY TO MODELING ERRORS
William E. Singhose;Warren P. Seering;Neil C. Singer.
A nonlinear model of a harmonic drive gear transmission
T.D. Tuttle;W.P. Seering.
international conference on robotics and automation (1996)
The function of the primary ligaments of the knee in varus-valgus and axial rotation
Warren P. Seering;Robert L. Piziali;Donald A. Nagel;David J. Schurman.
Journal of Biomechanics (1980)
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