Alfred A. Rizzi

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Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
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Robotics Engineering
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Daniel E. Koditschek grad student 1990-1994 Yale (E-Tree)
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Abe Y, Stephens B, Murphy MP, et al. (2013) Dynamic whole-body robotic manipulation Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 8741
Bajracharya M, Ma J, Malchano M, et al. (2013) High fidelity day/night stereo mapping with vegetation and negative obstacle detection for vision-in-the-loop walking Ieee International Conference On Intelligent Robots and Systems. 3663-3670
Haynes GC, Rizzi AA, Koditschek DE. (2012) Multistable phase regulation for robust steady and transitional legged gaits International Journal of Robotics Research. 31: 1712-1738
Murphy MP, Stephens B, Abe Y, et al. (2012) High degree-of-freedom dynamic manipulation Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 8387
Balasubramanian R, Rizzi AA, Mason MT. (2012) An approximate decoupled dynamics and kinematics analysis of legless locomotion Nonlinear Dynamics. 67: 2123-2138
Murphy MP, Saunders A, Moreira C, et al. (2011) The LittleDog robot International Journal of Robotics Research. 30: 145-149
Skaff S, Rizzi AA, Choset H, et al. (2011) Context identification for efficient multiple-model state estimation of systems with cyclical intermittent dynamics Ieee Transactions On Robotics. 27: 14-28
Conner DC, Choset H, Rizzi AA. (2011) Integrating planning and control for single-bodied wheeled mobile Robots Autonomous Robots. 30: 243-264
Salton JR, Buerger S, Marron L, et al. (2010) Urban Hopper Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 7692
Hurst JW, Chestnutt JE, Rizzi AA. (2010) The actuator with mechanically adjustable series compliance Ieee Transactions On Robotics. 26: 597-606
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