ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Stable Gait Planning and Robustness Analysis of a Biped Robot with One Degree of Underactuation
In this paper, stability analysis of walking gaits and robustness analysis are developed for a five-link and four-actuator biped robot. Stability conditions are derived by studying unactuated dynamics and using the PoincarÃ© map associated with periodic walking gaits. A stable gait is designed by an optimization process satisfying physical constraints and stability conditions. Also, considering underactuation problem, a time-invariant control law is designed to track the stable motion of biped. Validation of proposed approach is achieved by numerical simulations. Moreover, the robustness of motion on the uneven surfaces and elastic contact model are investigated.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12506_92aae33c866176a6878ca27db0448bb2.pdf
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Biped robot
Underactuation
Poincaré map
Robust motion
Abbas
Fattah
fattah@cc.iut.ac.ir
true
1
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
Reza
Dehghani
rezadehghani@me.iut.ac.ir
true
2
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
AUTHOR
J. Kanniah and Z. N. Lwin, ZMP compliant gait generation strategies for seven-mass biped robots, International Journal of Humanoid Robotics, 5(4) (2008) 609-637.
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Y. Aoustin, A. Formal’sky, Control design for a biped: Reference trajectory based on driven angles as function of the undriven angle, Journal of Computer and System Sciences International, 42(4) (2003) 159- 176.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
On the Desing and Test of a Prototype of Biped Actuated by Shape Memory Alloys
In this paper the design of a biped robot actuated with Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) springs with minimum degrees of freedom is presented. SMA springs are a class of smart materials that are known for their high power to mass and volume ratios. It was shown that utilizing spring type of SMAs have many advantages as large deformation, smooth motion, silent and clean movement compared to ordinary type of actuators. In this work a Biped robot actuated through SMA springs with four DOFs is modeled and designed. Walking trajectory is generated validating the Zero Moment Point (ZMP) Criteria and the number of DOFs is modified accordingly. To verify the design, a complete model of the biped actuated with SMA is modeled through computer simulation in MATLAB and Visual Nastaran. Finally to validate the results, a prototype is manufactured and tested. Experimental results showed reasonable agreement with simulation results.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12507_4084251f235ebe9bcc77e911e38119e4.pdf
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Biped robot
SMA Actuator
5DOFs
Alireza
Hadi
hrhadi@ut.ac.ir
true
1
University of Tehran
University of Tehran
University of Tehran
AUTHOR
Majid
M. Moghaddam
m.moghadam@modares.ac.ir
true
2
Tarbiat Modares University
Tarbiat Modares University
Tarbiat Modares University
AUTHOR
Amin
Tohidi
amintohidi@modares.ac.ir
true
3
Tarbiat Modares University
Tarbiat Modares University
Tarbiat Modares University
LEAD_AUTHOR
M. Vukobratovic and D. Juricic, “Contribution to the Synthesis of Biped Gait”, IEEE Trans. on Bio-Medical Engineering, 16, no.1,1969,1-6.
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Hyung-Min Son, Jun-Bum Gul, Se-Hoon Park, Yun-Jung Lee, Tae-Hyun, “ Design of new quadruped robot with SMA actuators for dynamic walking”, SICE-ICASE International Joint Conference, Bexco, Busan, Korea,2006.
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C. Y. Liu, W. H. Liao,” A Snake Robot Using Shape Memory Alloys”, International Conference of IEEE on Robotics and Biomimetics, Shenyang, China, August 2004, 601 – 605.
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Mami Nishida, Kazuo Tanaka, Hua O. Wang,” Development and Control of a Micro Biped Walking Robot using Shape Memory Alloys”, International Conference of IEEE on Robotics and Automation,Orlando, Florida , May 2006, 1604 – 1609.
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Ehsan Tarkesh Esfahani, Mohammad H. Elahinia,” Stable Walking Pattern for an SMA-Actuated Biped” ,IEEE/ASME Transaction on Mechatronics, 12(5),October 2007.
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Junichi Urata, Tomoaki Yoshikai, Ikuo Mizuuchi and Masayuki Inaba,” Design of High D.O.F. Mobile Micro Robot Using Electrical Resistance Control of Shape Memory Alloy”, International Conference of IEEE/RSJ on Intelligent Robots and Systems,San Diego, CA, USA, Oct 29 - Nov 2, 2007, 3828 – 3833.
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Shenshun Ying, Xianshen Qin and Qiong Liu,” Design and Research of Robot Joint Actuated by SMA Wire”, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics ,sanya,china, December 2007.
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A. Hadi, A. Yousefi-Koma, M. M. Moghadam, M.Elahinia ,A. Ghazavi, “Developing a Novel SMAActuated Robotic Module,” Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 162:72-81, 2010.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Dexterous Workspace Shape and Size Optimization of Tricept Parallel Manipulator
This work intends to deal with the optimal kinematic synthesis problem of Tricept parallel manipulator. Observing that cuboid workspaces are desirable for most machines, we use the concept of effective inscribed cuboid workspace, which reflects requirements on the workspace shape, volume and quality, simultaneously. The effectiveness of a workspace is characterized by the dexterity of the manipulator all over its workspace. Tricept has a complex degree of freedom, i.e. both rotational and translational DoF, therefore its performance indices depend on the singular values of the dimensional in-homogeneous Jacobian. Here, we divide the Jacobian entries by units of length, thereby producing a new Jacobian that is dimensionally homogeneous. By multiplying the associated entries of the twist array to the same length, we made this array homogeneous as well. This implies some sort of tradeoff between position and orientation components of the twist array. An optimal design problem, including constraints on actuated and passive joint limits, is then formulated. This problem is a constrained nonlinear optimization problem. Therefore, Genetic Algorithm toolbox of Matlab is adopted to solve the problem.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12508_7f68c5d9b65a2b417767955614039d71.pdf
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Tricept
Cuboid Shape
Dexterous Workspace
Complex Degrees of Freedom
Parallel Manipulators
Genetic Algorithm Method
Hamid-Reza
Mohammadi Daniali
mohammadi@nit.ac.ir
true
1
Babol University of Technology
Babol University of Technology
Babol University of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mir Amin
Hosseini
ma_hosseini@stu.nit.ac.ir
true
2
Babol University of Technology
Babol University of Technology
Babol University of Technology
AUTHOR
T. Huang, C.M. Gosselin, D.J. Whitehouse and D.G. Chetwynd, Analytical approach for optimal design of a type of spherical parallel manipulator using dexterous performance indices, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science 217(4) 447-456 (2003).
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M.A. Laribi, L. Romdhane and S. Zeghloul, Analysis and dimensional synthesis of the DELTA robot for a prescribed workspace, Mechanism and Machine Theory, 42, 859–870 (2007).
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M.A. Hosseini, H.R. M. Daniali and H.D. Taghirad, Dexterous workspace optimization of Tricept parallel manipulator, Accepted by Int. J. of Advanced Robotics (2011).
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Y. Li and Q. Xu, Optimal kinematic design for a general 3-PRS spatial parallel manipulator based on dexterity and workspace, The Eleventh International Conference on Machine Design and Production, Antalya, Turkey (2004).
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G. Pond, Dexterity and Workspace Characteristics of Complex Degree of Freedom Parallel Manipulators, PhD Thesis, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of New Brunswick (2006).
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Kinematic Mapping and Forward Kinematic Problem of a 5-DOF (3T2R) Parallel Mechanism with Identical Limb Structures
The main objective of this paper is to study the Euclidean displacement of a 5-DOF parallel mechanism performing three translation and two independent rotations with identical limb structures-recently revealed by performing the type synthesis-in a higher dimensional projective space, rather than relying on classical recipes, such as Cartesian coordinates and Euler angles. In this paper, Study's kinematic mapping is considered which maps the displacements of three-dimensional Euclidean space to points on a quadric, called Study quadric, in a seven-dimensional projective space, P7. The main focus of this contribution is to lay down the essential features of algebraic geometry for our kinematics purposes, where, as case study, a 5-DOF parallel mechanism with identical limb structures is considered. The forward kinematic problem is reviewed and the kinematic mapping is introduced for both general and first-order kinematics, i.e., velocity, which provides some insight into the better understanding of the kinematic behaviour of the mechanisms under study in some particular configurations for the rotation of the platform and also the constant-position workspace.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12509_51ce5ac16a7922bb827add8df68b0fe4.pdf
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5
DOF Parallel Mechanisms
Three translation and two independent rotations
3T2R Study parameters
General and first
order kinematic mapping
Forward Kinematic Problem (FKP)
Constant
position workspace
ClÃ©ment
Gosselin
clement.gosselin@gmc.ulaval.ca
true
1
Laval University
Laval University
Laval University
AUTHOR
Mehdi
Tale Masouleh
mehdi.tale-masouleh.1@ulaval.ca
true
2
Laval University
Laval University
Laval University
LEAD_AUTHOR
D. A. Cox, J. B. Little, and D. O’shea, Using Algebraic Geometry. Springer Verlag, 2005.
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E. Study, “ Von den Bewegungen und Umlegungen,” Math. Ann., vol. 39, pp. 441–566, 1891.
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M. L. Husty and H.-P. Schrocker,¨ “Algebraic Geometry and Kinematics.” Nonlinear Computational Geometry edited by Emiris, I. Z., Sottile F. and Theobald T., 2007, pp. 85–106.
3
X. Kong and C. Gosselin, Type Synthesis of Parallel Mechanisms. Springer, Heidelberg, 2007, vol. 33.
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“Parallelmic, http://www.parallemic.org/.”
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F. Gao, B. Peng, H. Zhao, and W. Li, “A Novel 5-DOF Fully Parallel Kinematic Machine Tool,” The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 201–207, 2006.
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O. Piccin, B. Bayle, B. Maurin, and M. de Mathelin, “Kinematic Modeling of a 5-DOF Parallel Mechanism for Semi-Spherical Workspace,” Mechanism and Machine Theory, vol. 44, no. 8, pp. 1485–1496, 2009.
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C. Gosselin, M. Tale Masouleh, V. Duchaine, P. L. Richard, S. Foucault, and X. Kong, “Parallel Mechanisms of the Multipteron Family: Kinematic Architectures and Benchmarking,” in IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Roma, Italy, 10-14 April 2007, pp. 555–560.
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M. Tale Masouleh and C. Gosselin, “Singularity Analysis of 5-RPRRR Parallel Mechanisms via Grassmann Line Geometry,” in Proceedings of the 2009 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, DETC2009-86261.
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M. Tale Masouleh, M. Husty, and C. Gosselin, “Forward Kinematic Problem of 5-PRUR Parallel Mechanisms Using Study Parameters,” in Advances in Robot Kinematics: Motion in Man and Machine. Springer, 2010, pp. 211–221.
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M. Tale Masouleh, M. H. Saadatzi, C. Gosselin, and H. D. Taghirad, “A Geometric Constructive Approach for the Workspace Analysis of Symmetrical 5-PRUR Parallel Mechanisms (3T2R),” in Proceedings of the 2010 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, DETC2010-28509.
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M. Tale Masouleh, M. Husty, and C. Gosselin, “A General Methodology for the Forward Kinematic Problem of Symmetrical Parallel Mechanisms and Application to 5-PRUR parallel mechanisms (3T2R),” in Proceedings of the 2010 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, DETC2010-28222.
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M. L. Husty, “An Algorithm for Solving the Direct Kinematics of General Stewart-Gough Platforms,” Mechanism and Machine Theory, vol. 31, no. 4, pp. 365–379, 1996.
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D. R. Walter, M. Husty, and M. Pfurner, “The SNU-3UPU Parallel Robot from a Theoretical Viewpoint ,” in Fundamental Issues and Future Research Directions for Parallel Mechanisms and Manipulators, Montpellier, France, 21–22 September 2008, pp. 151–158.
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K. Brunnthaler, “Synthesis of 4R Linkages Using Kinematic Mapping,” Ph.D. dissertation, Institute for Basic Sciences in Engineering, Unit Geometry and CAD, Innsbruck, Austria, December 2006.
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M. Tale Masouleh, C. Gosselin, M. H. Saadatzi, and H. D. Taghirad, “Forward Kinematic Problem and Constant Orientation Workspace of 5-RPRRR (3T2R) Parallel Mechanisms,” in 18th Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering (ICEE). IEEE, 2010, pp. 668–673.
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X. Kong and C. Gosselin, “Type Synthesis of 5-DOF Parallel Manipulators Based on Screw Theory,” Journal of Robotic Systems, vol. 22, no. 10, pp. 535–547, 2005.
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M. Tale Masouleh and C. Gosselin, “Kinematic Analysis and Singularity Representation of 5-RPRRR Parallel Mechanisms,” in Fundamental Issues and Future Research Directions for Parallel Mechanisms and Manipulators, Montpellier, France, 21–22 September 2008, pp. 79–90.
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M. Tale Masouleh, C. Gosselin, M. H. Saadatzi, X. Kong, and H. D. Taghirad, “Kinematic Analysis of 5-RPUR (3T2R) Parallel Mechanisms,” Meccanica,vol. 46, no. 1, pp. 131–146, 2011.
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I. A. Bonev, “Geometric Analysis of Parallel Mechanisms,” Ph.D. dissertation, Laval University.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Hybrid Concepts of the Control and Anti-Control of Flexible Joint Manipulator
This paper presents a Gaussian radial basis function neural network based on sliding mode control for trajectory tracking and vibration control of a flexible joint manipulator. To study the effectiveness of the controllers, designed controller is developed for tip angular position control of a flexible joint manipulator. The adaptation laws of designed controller are obtained based on sliding mode control methodology without calculating the Jacobian of the flexible joint system. Also in this study, the anti-control is applied to reduce the deflection angle of flexible joint system. To achieve this goal, the chaos dynamic must be created in the flexible joint system. So, the flexible joint system has been synchronized to chaotic gyroscope system. In this study, control and anti-control concepts are applied to achieve the high quality performance of flexible joint system. It is tried to design a controller which is capable to satisfy the control and anti- control aims. The performances of the proposed control are examined in terms of input tracking capability, level of vibration reduction and time response specifications. Finally, the efficacy of the proposed method is validated through experimentation on QUANSERâs flexible-joint manipulator.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12510_b576b0b337a61343dc54de1c335c05d3.pdf
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Gaussian RBF neural network
Sliding mode control
Switching surface
anti
Control
chaos
Synchronization
Flexible Joint
Chaotic Gyroscope
Mojtaba
Rostami Kandroodid
m.rostami.k@ece.ut.ac.ir
true
1
University of Tehran
University of Tehran
University of Tehran
AUTHOR
Faezeh
Farivar
f.farivar@srbiau.ac.ir
true
2
Islamic Azad University Science and Research Branch
Islamic Azad University Science and Research Branch
Islamic Azad University Science and Research Branch
AUTHOR
Mahdi
Aliyari Shoorehdeli
aliyari@eetd.kntu.ac.ir
true
3
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
AUTHOR
Maysam
Zamani Pedram
maysam_pedram@ee.kntu.ac.ir
true
4
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
M. W. Spong and M. Vidyasagar, “Robot Dynamics and Control”, New York: Wiley, 1989.
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S. E. Talole, J. P. Kolhe, S. B. Phadke, “Extended-StateObserver-Based Control of Flexible-Joint System With Experimental Validation”, IEEE Trans on Industerial Electronics, Vol. 57, No. 4, pp. 1411-1419, 2010.
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F. M. Botsali, M. kalyancu, M. Tinkir, U. Onen, " Fuzzy Logic Trajectory Control of Flexible Robot Manipulator With Rotating Prismatic Joint”, 2nd international Conference on computer and automation engineering (ICCAE), pp.35-39, 2010.
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M. A. Ahmad, “Vibration and Input Tracking Control of Flexible Manipulator using LQR with Non-collocated PID controller”, Proceeding of 2nd UKSIM European Symposium on Computer Modelling and Simulation, pp. 40-45, 2008.
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W.Yim, “Adaptive Control of a Flexible Joint Manipulator”, IEEE International conference on Robotics and Automation, pp. pp. 3441–3446., 2001.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Robust Trajectory Free Model Predictive Control of Biped Robots with Adaptive Gait Length
This paper employs nonlinear disturbance observer (NDO) for robust trajectory-free Nonlinear Model Predictive Control (NMPC) of biped robots. The NDO is used to reject the additive disturbances caused by parameter uncertainties, unmodeled dynamics, joints friction, and external slow-varying forces acting on the biped robots. In contrary to the slow-varying disturbances, handling sudden pushing disturbances acting on the biped robots is much more complicated and using the NDO doesnât guarantee the biped walking stability. In order to reject these kinds of disturbances, the motion controller must be able to make suitable decisions for quick changing of the gait length or the walking speed. However, the gait length change is not possible while tracking fixed predefined joint trajectories. Hence, in this paper the NMPC is designed in such a way that it has the ability to change the gait length appropriately. In addition, some schemes will be proposed to reduce the computation time of the NMPC. Simulating results show good performance of the proposed method in trajectory-free walking of biped robots as well as disturbance rejection.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12511_5ee7a32e793c6bbcdeb3dbe530b35500.pdf
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Biped Robots
Model predictive Control
Disturbance Observer
Gait Length
Mohammad
Farrokhi
farrokhi@iust.ac.ir
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1
Iran University of Science and Technology
Iran University of Science and Technology
Iran University of Science and Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mohsen
Parsa
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2
Iran University of Science and Technology
Iran University of Science and Technology
Iran University of Science and Technology
AUTHOR
Zohdy M. A. and Zaher A. A., “Robust control of biped’ robots,” American Control Conference, Chicaao, Illinois, 2000.
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Chuangfeng H. and Yuefa F., “Robust control for stable dynamic walking of biped robot,” International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, Beijing, China, 2006.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Near-Minimum-Time Motion Planning of Manipulators along Specified Path
The large amount of computation necessary for obtaining time optimal solution for moving a manipulator on specified path has made it impossible to introduce an on line time optimal control algorithm. Most of this computational burden is due to calculation of switching points. In this paper a learning algorithm is proposed for finding the switching points. The method, which can be used for both serial and parallel manipulators, is based on a two-switch algorithm with three segments of moving with maximum acceleration, constant velocity and maximum deceleration along the path. The learning algorithm is aimed at decreasing the length of constant velocity segment in each step of learning process. The algorithm is applied to find the near minimum time solution of a parallel manipulator along a specified path. The results prove versatility of the algorithm both in tracking accuracy and short training process.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12512_4b1535023ac86f9196748ec7bc218e73.pdf
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Optimal Path Planning
Parallel Manipulators
switching location
Mohammad Hasan
Ghasemi
true
1
Babol University of Technology
Babol University of Technology
Babol University of Technology
AUTHOR
Mohammad Jafar
Sadigh
jafars@cc.iut.ac.ir
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2
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
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