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bi·ped

(bī'ped),
1. Two-footed.
2. Any animal with only two feet.
[bi- + L. pes, foot]

biped

(bī′pĕd′)
n.
An animal with two feet.
adj.
Variant of bipedal.

biped

[bī′ped]
1 having two feet.
2 any animal with only two feet.

bi·ped

(bī'ped)
1. Two-footed.
2. Any animal with only two feet.
[bi- + L. pes, foot]
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Bruneau, "Robustness of the dynamic walk of a biped robot subjected to disturbing external forces by using CMAC neural networks," Robotics and Autonomous Systems, vol.
The approach ensured the balance of the biped robot within safety limits.
The footprints of biped trackways LS7D and LS7E are better preserved than LS7F.
3-D Biped Walking over Rough Terrain Based on the Assumption of Point-Contact.
Biped walking pattern generation by using preview control of zero-moment point.
Three or four years after this having assumed that it would still take time to commercialize a biped robot that can function well in real life environments we decided to develop robots with only an upper torso that can support human activities.
He was amazed by how clearly this light saber illuminated the pig target for shooting from the biped at 300 yards.
Moreover, the relation of such point to other metrics of postural stability in biped locomotion such as Zero moment point (ZMP) is studied here.
Biped and Animal] the ideal man [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]], so that men [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]] would exist by participation not in man, nor in one Idea, but in two, animal and biped?
Biped robot walking consists of two stages, namely single support phase in which one foot is in contact and double support phase in which both feet are in contact with the ground.
As one of two sheriff's office canines, Geil (pronounced "Gill") began protecting and serving just over a year ago, and since then has won the affection of his biped co-workers.