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  1. Matthew C. Birch, Roger D. Quinn, Geon Hahm, Stephen M. Phillips, Barry Drennan, Andrew Fife, Hiten Verma, Randall D. Beer
    Design of a Cricket Microrobot. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2000, pp:1109-1114 [Conf]
  2. Michael S. Branicky, Greg C. Causey, Roger D. Quinn
    Modeling and Throughput Prediction for Flexible Parts Feeders. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2000, pp:154-161 [Conf]
  3. Greg C. Causey, Roger D. Quinn
    Gripper Design Guidelines for Modular Manufacturing. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 1998, pp:1453-1458 [Conf]
  4. Greg C. Causey, Roger D. Quinn, Michael S. Branicky
    Testing and Analysis of a Flexible Feeding System. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 1999, pp:2564-2571 [Conf]
  5. W. C. Flannigan, Gabriel M. Nelson, Roger D. Quinn
    Locomotion Controller for a Crab-Like Robot. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 1998, pp:152-156 [Conf]
  6. Daniel A. Kingsley, Roger D. Quinn
    Fatigue Life and Frequency Response of Braided Pneumatic Actuators. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2002, pp:2830-2835 [Conf]
  7. Richard M. Kolacinski, Roger D. Quinn
    Design and Mechanics of an Antagonistic Biomimetic Actuator System. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 1998, pp:1629-1634 [Conf]
  8. Sathaporn Laksanacharoen, Alan J. Pollack, Gabriel M. Nelson, Roger D. Quinn, Roy E. Ritzmann
    Biomechanics and Simulation of Cricket for Microrobot Design. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2000, pp:1088-1094 [Conf]
  9. Elizabeth V. Mangan, Daniel A. Kingsley, Roger D. Quinn, Hillel J. Chiel
    Development of a Peristaltic Endoscope. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2002, pp:347-352 [Conf]
  10. Gabriel M. Nelson, Roger D. Quinn
    Posture Control of a Cockroach-Like Robot. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 1998, pp:157-162 [Conf]
  11. Terence E. Wei, Gabriel M. Nelson, Roger D. Quinn, Hiten Verma, Steven L. Garverick
    Design of a 5-cm Monopod Hopping Robot. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2000, pp:2828-2833 [Conf]
  12. Andrew D. Horchler, Richard E. Reeve, Barbara Webb, Roger D. Quinn
    Robot phonotaxis in the wild: a biologically inspired approach to outdoor sound localization. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Advanced Robotics, 2004, v:18, n:8, pp:801-816 [Journal]
  13. Roger D. Quinn, Gabriel M. Nelson, Richard J. Bachmann, Roy E. Ritzmann
    Toward Mission Capable Legged Robots through Biological Inspiration. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Auton. Robots, 2001, v:11, n:3, pp:215-220 [Journal]
  14. Randall D. Beer, Roger D. Quinn, Hillel J. Chiel, Roy E. Ritzmann
    Biologically Inspired Approaches to Robotics. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Commun. ACM, 1997, v:40, n:3, pp:30-38 [Journal]
  15. Roger D. Quinn, Roy E. Ritzmann
    Construction of a Hexapod Robot with Cockroach Kinematics Benefits both Robotics and Biology. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Connect. Sci., 1998, v:10, n:3-4, pp:239-254 [Journal]
  16. Sathya Kaliyamoorthy, Roger D. Quinn, Sasha N. Zill
    Force Sensors in Hexapod Locomotion. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    I. J. Robotic Res., 2005, v:24, n:7, pp:563-574 [Journal]
  17. Roger D. Quinn, Gabriel M. Nelson, Richard J. Bachmann, Daniel A. Kingsley, John T. Offi, Thomas J. Allen, Roy E. Ritzmann
    Parallel Complementary Strategies For Implementing Biological Principles Into Mobile Robots. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    I. J. Robotic Res., 2003, v:22, n:3-4, pp:169-186 [Journal]
  18. Kenneth S. Espenschied, Roger D. Quinn, Randall D. Beer, Hillel J. Chiel
    Biologically based distributed control and local reflexes improve rough terrain locomotion in a hexapod robot. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 1996, v:18, n:1-2, pp:59-64 [Journal]
  19. John C. Gallagher, Randall D. Beer, Kenneth S. Espenschied, Roger D. Quinn
    Application of evolved locomotion controllers to a hexapod robot. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 1996, v:19, n:1, pp:95-103 [Journal]
  20. Richard M. Kolacinski, Roger D. Quinn
    A novel biomimetic actuator system. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 1998, v:25, n:1-2, pp:1-18 [Journal]
  21. Richard E. Reeve, Barbara Webb, Andrew D. Horchler, Giacomo Indiveri, Roger D. Quinn
    New technologies for testing a model of cricket phonotaxis on an outdoor robot. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 2005, v:51, n:1, pp:41-54 [Journal]
  22. Ravi Vaidyanathan, Hillel J. Chiel, Roger D. Quinn
    A hydrostatic robot for marine applications. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 2000, v:30, n:1-2, pp:103-113 [Journal]
  23. Kathryn A. Daltorio, Terence E. Wei, Stanislav N. Gorb, Roy E. Ritzmann, Roger D. Quinn
    Passive Foot Design and Contact Area Analysis for Climbing Mini-Whegs. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2007, pp:1274-1279 [Conf]
  24. Lori Southard, Thomas M. Hoeg, Daniel W. Palmer, Jeffrey Antol, Richard M. Kolacinski, Roger D. Quinn
    Exploring Mars Using a Group of Tumbleweed Rovers. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2007, pp:775-780 [Conf]
  25. Brandon L. Rutter, Laiyong Mu, Roy E. Ritzmann, Roger D. Quinn
    Transforming Insect Electromyograms into Pneumatic Muscle Control. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2007, pp:636-641 [Conf]
  26. Adam J. Rutkowski, Roger D. Quinn, Mark A. Willis
    A Sensor Fusion Approach to Odor Source Localization Inspired by the Pheromone Tracking Behavior of Moths. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2007, pp:4873-4878 [Conf]
  27. Brandon L. Rutter, William A. Lewinger, Marcus Blumel, Ansgar Buschges, Roger D. Quinn
    Simple Muscle Models Regularize Motion in a Robotic Leg with Neurally-Based Step Generation. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2007, pp:630-635 [Conf]
  28. Matthew Boggess, Robert T. Schroer, Roger D. Quinn, Roy E. Ritzmann
    Mechanized Cockroach Footpaths Enable Cockroach-like Mobility. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2004, pp:2871-2876 [Conf]
  29. Robert T. Schroer, Matthew Boggess, Richard J. Bachmann, Roger D. Quinn, Roy E. Ritzmann
    Comparing Cockroach and Whegs Robot Body Motions. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2004, pp:3288-3293 [Conf]
  30. Adam J. Rutkowski, Shaun Edwards, Mark A. Willis, Roger D. Quinn, Greg C. Causey
    A Robotic Platform for Testing Moth-inspired Plume Tracking Strategies. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2004, pp:3319-3324 [Conf]
  31. Bram Lambrecht, Andrew D. Horchler, Roger D. Quinn
    A Small, Insect-Inspired Robot that Runs and Jumps. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2005, pp:1240-1245 [Conf]
  32. William A. Lewinger, Cynthia Harley, Roy E. Ritzmann, Michael S. Branicky, Roger D. Quinn
    Insect-like Antennal Sensing for Climbing and Tunneling Behavior in a Biologically-inspired Mobile Robot. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2005, pp:4176-4181 [Conf]
  33. Shaun Edwards, Adam J. Rutkowski, Roger D. Quinn, Mark A. Willis
    Moth-Inspired Plume Tracking Strategies In Three-Dimensions. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICRA, 2005, pp:1669-1674 [Conf]

  34. Simulated Odor Tracking in a Plane Normal to the Wind Direction. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  35. Introducing DAGSI WhegsTM: The latest generation of WhegsTM robots, featuring a passive-compliant body joint. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  36. A body joint improves vertical to horizontal transitions of a wall-climbing robot. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  37. Making orthogonal transitions with climbing mini-whegsTM. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  38. BILL-LEGS: Low computation emergent gait system for small mobile robots. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  39. A new theory and methods for creating peristaltic motion in a robotic platform. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  40. Toward a rapid and robust attachment strategy for vertical climbing. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  41. Analysis and benchmarking of a WhegsTM robot in USARSim. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  42. Screenbot: Walking inverted using distributed inward gripping. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  43. The latest generation WhegsTM robot features a passive-compliant body joint. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  44. Mini-WhegSTM climbing steep surfaces with insect-inspired attachment mechanisms. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  45. Obstacle Avoidance Behavior for a Biologically-inspired Mobile Robot Using Binaural Ultrasonic Sensors. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  46. MMALV - The Morphing Micro Air-Land Vehicle. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  47. A Cockroach Inspired Robot With Artificial Muscles. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  48. Obstacle Avoidance Behavior for a Biologically-inspired Robot Using Binaural Ultrasonic Sensors. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  49. A biologically inspired robot for lunar In-Situ Resource Utilization. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  50. Design of a wall-climbing hexapod for advanced maneuvers. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  51. A small, autonomous, agile robot with an on-board, neurobiologically-based control system. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


  52. Drive train design enabling locomotion transition of a small hybrid air-land vehicle. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]


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