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A survey on applications of pneumatic artificial muscles
G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos, S Manesis
2011 19th Mediterranean Conference on Control & Automation (MED), 1439-1446, 2011
2282011
Advanced nonlinear PID-based antagonistic control for pneumatic muscle actuators
G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos, S Manesis
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 61 (12), 6926-6937, 2014
1402014
A survey on pneumatic muscle actuators modeling
E Kelasidi, G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos, S Manesis
2011 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics, 1263-1269, 2011
1052011
Piecewise affine modeling and constrained optimal control for a pneumatic artificial muscle
G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos, I Arvanitakis, S Manesis
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 61 (2), 904-916, 2013
942013
A survey on pneumatic wall-climbing robots for inspection
A Brusell, G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos
2016 24th mediterranean conference on control and automation (MED), 220-225, 2016
572016
Pneumatic artificial muscles: A switching model predictive control approach
G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos, S Manesis
Control engineering practice 21 (12), 1653-1664, 2013
542013
A survey on the application trends of home service robotics
GA Zachiotis, G Andrikopoulos, R Gornez, K Nakamura, ...
2018 IEEE international conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO), 1999 …, 2018
472018
Design and development of an exoskeletal wrist prototype via pneumatic artificial muscles
G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos, S Manesis
Meccanica 50, 2709-2730, 2015
422015
Motion control of a novel robotic wrist exoskeleton via pneumatic muscle actuators
G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos, S Manesis
2015 IEEE 20th Conference on Emerging Technologies & Factory Automation …, 2015
422015
Novel considerations on static force modeling of pneumatic muscle actuators
G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos, S Manesis
IEEE/ASME transactions on Mechatronics 21 (6), 2647-2659, 2016
412016
On the design, modeling and control of a novel compact aerial manipulator
D Wuthier, D Kominiak, C Kanellakis, G Andrikopoulos, M Fumagalli, ...
2016 24th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), 665-670, 2016
342016
Design, modelling and control of a single rotor UAV
OC Carholt, E Fresk, G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos
2016 24th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), 840-845, 2016
292016
Modelling and control of a tilt-wing unmanned aerial vehicle
E Small, E Fresk, G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos
2016 24th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), 1254-1259, 2016
242016
Vortex actuation via electric ducted fans: an experimental study
G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos
Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems 95, 955-973, 2019
232019
Novel considerations on the negative pressure adhesion of electric ducted fans: An experimental study
A Brusell, G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos
2017 25th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), 1404-1409, 2017
222017
Adaptive internal model control scheme for a pneumatic artificial muscle
G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos, S Manesis
2013 European Control Conference (ECC), 772-777, 2013
212013
Synthesizing the optimal gait of a quadruped robot with soft actuators using deep reinforcement learning
Q Ji, S Fu, K Tan, ST Muralidharan, K Lagrelius, D Danelia, ...
Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing 78, 102382, 2022
202022
On model-based adhesion control of a vortex climbing robot
G Andrikopoulos, A Papadimitriou, A Brusell, G Nikolakopoulos
2019 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2019
172019
Development and control of a differential wall climbing robot based on vortex adhesion
A Papadimitriou, G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos
2019 18th European Control Conference (ECC), 1610-1615, 2019
162019
HUmanoid Robotic Leg via pneumatic muscle actuators: Implementation and control
G Andrikopoulos, G Nikolakopoulos
Meccanica 53 (1-2), 465-480, 2018
152018
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