Razvan Tudor Tanasie

University of Craiova, Croiova, Dolj, Romania

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    ABSTRACT: The objective of the work package Policy of the LLP SALEIE project is to bring together policy administrators from institutions across Europe in order to review current practices and to identify examples of best practice. This would help build a common understanding of governance and policy implications on the strategic changes associated with the project, and create a centre for excellence in the policy area. Amongst the tools proposed to be used in the frame of SALEIE project, surveys play a major role. This paper deals with the problem of best practice examples identification based on the analysis of the data collected using the questionnaire of the survey.
    2014 25th EAEEIE Annual Conference (EAEEIE); 05/2014
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    ABSTRACT: An ideal tentacle manipulator is a non-conventional robotic arm with an infinite mobility. It has the capability of taking sophisticated shapes and of achieving any position and orientation in a 3D space. A tentacle manipulator is a hyper redundant or hyper degree of freedom manipulator. Hyper redundant robots produce changes of configuration using a continuous backbone made of sections which bend. The lack of no discrete joints is a serious and difficult issue in the determination of the robot's shape. A solution for this problem is the vision based control of the robot, kinematics and dynamics. A tentacle arm prototype was designed and the practical realization is now running. The control system is an image based visual servo control where the error control signal is defined directly in terms of image feature parameters.
    ISR/ROBOTIK 2010, Proceedings for the joint conference of ISR 2010 (41st Internationel Symposium on Robotics) und ROBOTIK 2010 (6th German Conference on Robotics), 7-9 June 2010, Munich, Germany - Parallel to AUTOMATICA; 01/2010
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    Razvan Tudor Tanasie, Dorian Cojocaru
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    ABSTRACT: A kinematical 3D model for hyper-redundant robots is created. A development environment for control applications for tentacle robots is created. This environment includes a personal library of mathematical functions typical for tentacle robots, a complex graphical engine to represent realist animations to illustrate the plane motion of the hyper-redundant robots, and a library of programming functions for creating, accessing, modification and destroying the instances of the different implemented classes. The advantages of such an application are numerous, the costs reduction and educational use of the simulator being the most important.
    Proceedings of the 4th WSEAS/IASME international conference on Dynamical systems and control; 10/2008
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    Dorian Cojocaru, Razvan Tudor Tanasie
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    ABSTRACT: In this presentation we discuss methods for 3D reconstruction from a single 2D shot using multiple stripe line projection. We also present 3D recognition strategies with an application example to 3D face recognition. The technology has been developed ...
    Proceedings of the 8th conference on Signal processing, computational geometry and artificial vision; 08/2008
  • Razvan Tudor Tanasie, Dorian Cojocaru
    GRAPP 2007, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications, Barcelona, Spain, March 8-11, 2007, Volume AS/IE; 01/2007
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    DORIAN COJOCARU, RAZVAN TUDOR TANASIE
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    ABSTRACT: This paper presents a project dealing with visual servoing applications. A general structure for the software system was developed starting from the ViSP architecture model (1). Software modules were already implemented in beta versions: computer graphics procedures for robotic applications visualization and simulation and image processing procedures for visual servoing applications. Fuzzy algorithms and methods were used in order to support the implementation of the image processing procedures. The project is financed by Romanian National University Research Council CNCSIS.
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