Nicola Diolaiti
Nicola Diolaiti
Intuitive Surgical
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Control system configured to compensate for non-ideal actuator-to-joint linkage characteristics in a medical robotic system
N Diolaiti, DQ Larkin, TG Cooper, B Schena
US Patent 8,419,717, 2013
4322013
Minimally invasive surgical system
N Diolaiti
US Patent 7,725,214, 2010
4142010
Stability of haptic rendering: Discretization, quantization, time delay, and coulomb effects
N Diolaiti, G Niemeyer, F Barbagli, JK Salisbury
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 22 (2), 256-268, 2006
3162006
Contact impedance estimation for robotic systems
N Diolaiti, C Melchiorri, S Stramigioli
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 21 (5), 925-935, 2005
2992005
Medical robotic system with coupled control modes
N Diolaiti, DQ Larkin, CJ Mohr
US Patent 8,620,473, 2013
1952013
Teleoperation of a mobile robot through haptic feedback
N Diolaiti, C Melchiorri
IEEE International Workshop HAVE Haptic Virtual Environments and Their, 67-72, 2002
1692002
Medical robotic system having entry guide controller with instrument tip velocity limiting
N Diolaiti
US Patent 8,414,469, 2013
1272013
Medical robotic system with image referenced camera control using partitionable orientational and translational modes
N Diolaiti
US Patent 9,179,832, 2015
1202015
Medical robotic system providing computer generated auxiliary views of a camera instrument for controlling the positioning and orienting of its tip
N Diolaiti, DQ Larkin, D Gomez, T Mustafa, PW Mohr, P Lilagan
US Patent 8,864,652, 2014
1002014
Controller assisted reconfiguration of an articulated instrument during movement into and out of an entry guide
D Gomez, N Diolaiti, DQ Larkin, PE Lilagan, P Mitra, T Mustafa
US Patent 9,084,623, 2015
992015
Medical robotic system providing an auxiliary view of articulatable instruments extending out of a distal end of an entry guide
T Mustufa, N Diolaiti, DQ Larkin
US Patent 10,258,425, 2019
972019
Smooth control of an articulated instrument across areas with different work space conditions
N Diolaiti, PE Lilagan
US Patent 8,903,546, 2014
922014
Method and system for moving a plurality of articulated instruments in tandem back towards an entry guide
N Diolaiti
US Patent 9,138,129, 2015
89*2015
Medical robotic system providing sensory feedback indicating a difference between a commanded state and a preferred pose of an articulated instrument
N Diolaiti, PE Lilagan
US Patent 8,918,211, 2014
852014
Medical robotic system providing an auxiliary view including range of motion limitations for articulatable instruments extending out of a distal end of an entry guide
ME Tognaccini, DH Gomez, N Diolaiti, T Mustufa, P Mitra, PE Lilagan
US Patent 9,089,256, 2015
832015
Medical robotic system with coupled control modes
N Diolaiti, DQ Larkin, CJ Mohr
US Patent 9,333,042, 2016
642016
The effect of quantization and coulomb friction on the stability of haptic rendering
N Diolaiti, G Niemeyer, F Barbagli, JK Salisbury, C Melchiorri
First Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for …, 2005
622005
Control of medical robotic system manipulator about kinematic singularities
N Diolaiti, GM Prisco
US Patent 8,768,516, 2014
602014
Application of force feedback on an input device to urge its operator to command an articulated instrument to a preferred pose
N Diolaiti, PE Lilagan
US Patent 9,492,927, 2016
582016
Haptic tele-operation of a mobile robot
N Diolaiti, C Melchiorri
IFAC Proceedings Volumes 36 (17), 521-526, 2003
562003
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