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Re-capturing bovine life: Robot–cow relationships, freedom and control in dairy farming

Lewis Holloway, Christopher Bear, Katy Wilkinson
2014 Journal of Rural Studies  
and re-enclosure of bovine life which counters the liberatory discourses which are used to promote robotic milking.  ...  these remodelled, disciplinary farm systems.  ...  Research for this paper was funded by an Economic and Social Research Council award for a project called Robotic and Information Technologies in Livestock Agriculture: New Relationships Between Humans,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jrurstud.2013.01.006 fatcat:5vz5ropgurhr5gvt4ddbeizv34

Minimizing Carry-Over in an Online Pepsin Digestion System used for the H/D Exchange Mass Spectrometric Analysis of an IgG1 Monoclonal Antibody

Ranajoy Majumdar, Prakash Manikwar, John M. Hickey, Jayant Arora, C. Russell Middaugh, David B. Volkin, David D. Weis
2012 Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry  
The majority of carry-over originates from the online digestion.  ...  From a consensus list of 169 different peptides consistently detected during digestion of this large,~150 kDa protein, approximately 30 % of the peptic peptides exhibited carry-over.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors gratefully acknowledge financial support for this research from MedImmune, LLC.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13361-012-0485-9 pmid:22993047 fatcat:fo2iprmiyvb4tkbepi4dlgpdqq

The Algorithm as a Human Artifact: Implications for Legal {Re}Search

Susan Nevelow Mart
2016 Social Science Research Network  
LEGAL (RE)SEARCH Vol. 109:3 [2017-20]  ...  Skrocki, Contracts in a Nutshell, at ix-xxvii (7th ed. 2010), with West's Analysis of American Law: Guide to the American Digest System 370-82 (2015).  ...  Even for returning results from searches in a specific case database, every algorithm draws on a different set of sources and processes, whether those sources and processes are classification systems,  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2859720 fatcat:42b5dvduoff75iqi3yirfmkr64

Lactic Acid Fermentation to Re-cycle Apple By-Products for Wheat Bread Fortification

Vincenzo Cantatore, Pasquale Filannino, Giuseppe Gambacorta, Ilaria De Pasquale, Stefan Pan, Marco Gobbetti, Raffaella Di Cagno
2019 Frontiers in Microbiology  
Raw-, CA- and Fermented-ABP, at 5 and 10% (w w-1 of flour), were the ingredients for making fortified wheat breads.  ...  R8 Robot Coupe, Bologna, Italy), heated at 90 • C for 20 min, and cooled at 25 • C before the inoculum.  ...  The fiber then was introduced into the headspace of the vial for 40 min at 40 • C. Then, desorption of volatiles from fiber took place in a spitless mode for 3 min at 220 • C.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmicb.2019.02574 pmid:31781070 pmcid:PMC6851242 fatcat:4a3kldggdzfu3kykyoiyfhj5tq

A TACOMA retrospective

Dag Johansen, K�re J. Lauvset, Robbert van Renesse, Fred B. Schneider, Nils P. Sudmann, Kjetil Jacobsen
2002 Software, Practice & Experience  
For seven years, the TACOMA project has investigated the design and implementation of software support for mobile agents.  ...  An agent can move to a processor where data is stored, scanning or otherwise digesting the data locally, and then move on, carrying with it only some relevant subset of what it has read.  ...  Agent-based systems also provide an attractive architecture for upgrading the functionality of fielded software systems.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.451 fatcat:2lznpoi6s5fdhchos2cs57oj7u

Semi-Automated Determination of Heavy Metals in Autopsy Tissue Using Robot-Assisted Sample Preparation and ICP-MS

Heidi Fleischer, Christoph Lutter, Andreas Büttner, Wolfram Mittelmeier, Kerstin Thurow
2021 Molecules  
A semi-automated robot-assisted measurement system is presented for the determination of heavy metals in human tissue samples using inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS).  ...  The automation system was successfully applied in the determination of heavy metals in human tissue; the first results are presented.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors wish to thank Steffen Junginger, Thomas Roddelkopf, Lars Woinar and Heiko Engelhardt for their technical support and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/molecules26133820 pmid:34201553 pmcid:PMC8270248 fatcat:asfhszoatjg5zodsbrdymo7rxm

Is There an Integrative Center in the Vertebrate Brain-Stem? A Robotic Evaluation of a Model of the Reticular Formation Viewed as an Action Selection Device

Mark D. Humphries, Kevin Gurney, Tony J. Prescott
2005 Adaptive Behavior  
In this article, Kilmer, McCulloch and Blum's (1969, 1997) landmark reticular formation model is described and re-evaluated, both in simulation and, for the first time, as a mobile robot controller.  ...  system.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Jonathan Chambers for writing the initial genetic algorithm code, and Nathan Boddy for running pilot tests of the robot.  ... 
doi:10.1177/105971230501300203 fatcat:rzms63w5wjc4nlrcwwha6zvjl4

Crystal structure of α5β1 integrin ectodomain: Atomic details of the fibronectin receptor

Masamichi Nagae, Suyong Re, Emiko Mihara, Terukazu Nogi, Yuji Sugita, Junichi Takagi
2012 Journal of Cell Biology  
For this screen, a mosquito crystallization robot (TTP LabTech) was used to dispense 200 nanoliters of protein solution mixed in a 1:1 ratio with the reservoir solution.  ...  SG/19 Fab fragment was prepared by papain digestion using immobilized papain (Thermo Fisher Scientific).  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.201111077 pmid:22451694 pmcid:PMC3317794 fatcat:kgtl4dsitnhd3adcl5c3wehcaa

Structures of three MORN repeat proteins and a re-evaluation of the proposed lipid-binding properties of MORN repeats [article]

Sara Sajko, Irina Grishkovskaya, Julius Kostan, Melissa Graewert, Kim Setiawan, Linda Truebestein, Korbinian Niedermuller, Charlotte Gehin, Antonio Sponga, Martin Puchinger, Anne-Claude Gavin, D. I. Svergun (+4 others)
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
No evidence for binding to membranes or lipid vesicles by TbMORN1 either in vivo or in vitro could be obtained.  ...  In functional terms, they are often assumed to be lipid-binding modules that mediate membrane targeting, but direct evidence for this role is actually lacking.  ...  Samples were analysed by immunoblotting as detailed above. 22X °C using a sitting-drop vapour diffusion technique and micro-dispensing liquid handling 1428 robots (Phoenix RE (Art Robbins Instruments  ... 
doi:10.1101/826180 fatcat:kxtmnvljhjbt3ccjxifcbmcobq

The morphofunctional approach to emotion modelling in robotics

Carlos Herrera Pérez, Guadalupe Sánchez Escribano, Ricardo Sanz
2012 Adaptive Behavior  
We investigate the control requirements for such systems, and present a possible bio-inspired architecture, based on the division of control between neural and endocrine systems in humans and animals.  ...  In this conceptual paper, we discuss two areas of research in robotics, robotic models of emotion and morphofunctional machines, and we explore the scope for potential cross-fertilization between them.  ...  As they are caused by configurations of morphology, these can be considered such embodied 're-presentations'.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1059712312451604 fatcat:g4j6q2kl2ncclpv7nwyw65jjxu

Life Extension: An Autonomous Docking Station for Recharging Quadrupedal Robots [chapter]

Hendrik Kolvenbach, Marco Hutter
2017 Field and Service Robotics  
In this paper we describe the design of a fully autonomous docking station for the quadrupedal robot ANYmal.  ...  The mechanism is designed for reliable, sealed and spark-free operation. The system has proven to be robust in a laboratory environment and under realistic conditions.  ...  In this case, the pose of the robot in seated configuration on the docking station is stored for future reference.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-67361-5_35 dblp:conf/fsr/KolvenbachH17 fatcat:hwyvyqgabjhz7l6ghnabhqv4ua

Toward Energetically Autonomous Foraging Soft Robots

Hemma Philamore, Ioannis Ieropoulos, Andrew Stinchcombe, Jonathan Rossiter
2016 Soft Robotics  
This work demonstrates the potential for energetically autonomous soft robotic artificial organisms and sets the stage for radically different future robots.  ...  We present the design of a soft robotic mouth and artificial stomach for aquatic robots that will allow them to feed on biomatter in their surrounding environment.  ...  Previous work has shown the benefits of soft robotics to feeding MFCs in the design of components for fluid transport in an artificial digestive systems [21] .  ... 
doi:10.1089/soro.2016.0020 fatcat:53gbqhntevahlcpowuswuungnu

Structures of three MORN repeat proteins and a re-evaluation of the proposed lipid-binding properties of MORN repeats

Sara Sajko, Irina Grishkovskaya, Julius Kostan, Melissa Graewert, Kim Setiawan, Linda Trübestein, Korbinian Niedermüller, Charlotte Gehin, Antonio Sponga, Martin Puchinger, Anne-Claude Gavin, Thomas A. Leonard (+5 others)
2020 PLoS ONE  
Furthermore, all three structures dimerised via their C-termini in an antiparallel configuration.  ...  Surprisingly, no evidence for binding to membranes or lipid vesicles by TbMORN1 could be obtained either in vivo or in vitro. Conversely, TbMORN1 did interact with individual phospholipids.  ...  Acknowledgments We are indebted to Graham Warren (MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology, University College London), for comments and support.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0242677 pmid:33296386 fatcat:niuvf7ubdbgh3ont7v5wyt5cti

Modular and reconfigurable mobile robotics

Paul Moubarak, Pinhas Ben-Tzvi
2012 Robotics and Autonomous Systems  
aspects of modularity, including docking and autonomy, and synthesizing the most relevant findings, there is optimism that a more complete understanding of this field will serve as a starting ground for  ...  With increasing demand on reliable robotic platforms that can alleviate the burden of daily painstaking tasks, researchers have focused their effort towards developing robotic platforms that possess a  ...  Nevertheless, the adaptive faculties of modular robots represent the key technology required to achieve such integration, by endowing robotic systems with the morphological re-configurability that adapts  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.robot.2012.09.002 fatcat:vohwjoftv5d6djw56zjg4ylh6q

Sliding Mode Tracking Control of Manipulator Based on the Improved Reaching Law

Wei-Na ZHAI, Yue-Wang GE, Shu-Zhong SONG, Yan WANG
2013 Sensors & Transducers  
Therefore, the improved reaching law can effectively improve the performance of robotic manipulator.  ...  Finally, the method is used for simulation of manipulator trajectory tracking, compared to two reaching law control algorithms.  ...  The Design of Control Law The simulation design in robotic manipulator by sliding mode control algorithm diagram is shown in Fig. 2 .   d e q q is the error signal of system, d q is for a given trajectory  ... 
doaj:470c3bf8292941f5ba612f00bdd4a24c fatcat:7u3vxjp6w5hknfctna4lmqbi2q
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