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Park YL, Chen BR, Majidi C, Wood R, Nagpal R, Goldfield E. Active Modular Elastomer Sleeve for Soft Wearable Assistance Robots. In: IEEE Intl. Conference on Robots and Systems (IROS) [Internet]. 2012. Available from: Referenced from ssr.seas.harvard.edu: Active Modular Elastomer Sleeve for Soft Wearable Assistance Robots
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Rubenstein M, Cimino B, Nagpal R, Werfel J. AERobot: An Affordable One-Robot-Per-Student System for Early Robotics Education. In: Intl. Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) [Internet]. 2015. Available from: Referenced from ssr.seas.harvard.edu: AERobot: An Affordable One-Robot-Per-Student System for Early Robotics Education
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Abelson H, Allen D, Coore D, Hanson C, Homsy G, Knight T, et al. Amorphous Computing. Communications of the ACM. 2000;43(5).
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Stirling L, Yu C han, Miller J, Hawkes E, Wood R, Goldfield E, et al. Applicability of Shape Memory Alloy Wire for an Active Soft Orthotic. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance [Internet]. 2011;. Available from: Referenced from ssr.seas.harvard.edu: Applicability of Shape Memory Alloy Wire for an Active Soft Orthotic
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Haghighat B, Boghaert J, Minsky-Primus Z, Ebert J, Liu F, swarm MNIC on SI (Swarm robotics and, et al. An Approach Based on Particle Swarm Optimization for Inspection of Spacecraft Hulls by a Swarm of Miniaturized Robots. In: Intl. Conf. on Swarm Intelligence (ANTS). 2022.
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Malley M. Army Ant Inspired Adaptive Self-Assembly with Soft Climbing Robots. PhD Thesis, School of Engineering and Apllied Sciences (Mech. Eng), Harvard University. 2020.
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Yamins D, Nagpal R. Automated Global-to-Local Programming in 1-D Spatial Multi-Agent Systems. In: Intl. Conf on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS) [Internet]. 2008. Available from: Referenced from ssr.seas.harvard.edu: Automated Global-to-Local Programming in 1-D Spatial Multi-Agent Systems
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Moore R, Dantu K, Barrows G, Nagpal R. Autonomous MAV guidance with a lightweight omnidirectional vision sensor. In: IEEE Intl. Conf on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) [Internet]. 2014. Available from: Referenced from ssr.seas.harvard.edu: Autonomous MAV guidance with a lightweight omnidirectional vision sensor