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Experimental investigation of laser peening on Ti17 titanium alloy for rotor blade applications
SIA researchers made new progress in the modeling and control of snake-like robot
Researchers made new progress in automatic disaster relief technology of intelligent unmanned rot...
SIA researcher made progress in laser shock peening
SIA researcher made progress in online metric learning
Extracellular-controlled breast cancer cell formation and growth using non-UV patterned hydrogels...
Experimental investigation of intestinal frictional resistance in the starting process of the cap...
Threshold effect in femtosecond laser induced nanograting formation in glass: influence of the pu...
First comparison study of absolute return volatility and realized volatility made by SIA researcher
Researchers in Shenyang Institute of Automation found out new deep sparse feature selection model...
SIA Researchers applies block compressive sensing to achieve higher SICM imaging speed and real-t...
SIA Researchers Proposed Distributed Fault Detection and Isolation for Flocking in a Multi-Robot ...
SIA researchers proposed new UAVs on-line active path planning algorithm
SIA researchers proposed extended PI model for better AFM tip positioning precision
Quartic Bezier Curve based Trajectory Generation for Autonomous Vehicles with Curvature and Veloc...
SIA researchers conducted comparative study on EMG Pattern Recognition for Anthropomorphic Roboti...
Hierarchical artificial bee colony algorithm proposed for optimizing RFID network planning
SIA researchers propose FEP DEP method to realize large-scale assembly of Cu/Cuo nanowires on mic...
Novel nanoscale imaging and analysis method proposed to study Fc receptor-medicated macrophage ph...
SIA Researchers Proposed Light-Weight Multi-channel Scheduling Algorithm for Industrial Wireless ...
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