Volume 24 Issue 9 - September 13, 2013 PDF
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Research Express@NCKU Sep. 13 ~ Sep. 26, 2013

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A Pan–Tilt Orienting Mechanism With Parallel Axes of Flexural Actuation
Chao-Chieh Lan

This paper presents the design and prototype of a camera-orienting mechanism. Bio-inspired actuators and mechanisms have been developed to pan and tilt a camera with comparable characteristics as a human eye. To meet the stringent space/weight requirement of robotic applications, a compact orienting mechanism is proposed. We specifically aim at matching the size of a human eye. …

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Everyday Memory in Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder
Pei-Luen Tsai

Children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) are characterized by significant impairment in the development of motor coordination, but these children may also manifest deficits in visual perceptual and cognitive function, including working memory impairments. The research on memory deficits in DCD has all been based on laboratory work, such laboratory-based measures of memory may not …

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The origin and migration of mud volcano fluids in Taiwan: Evidence from hydrogen, oxygen, and strontium isotopic compositions
Chen-Feng You

We have measured hydrogen, oxygen, and strontium isotopic compositions (87Sr/86Sr、δ88Sr) in mud volcano fluids to decipher the origin(s), migration pathways, and possible retrograde interactions during fluid ascent. The results of hydrogen, oxygen isotopes, and major elements indicate the fluids are from the depth where strong water-rock interaction has occurred …

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Dielectric Properties of High-Q (Mg1-xZnx)1.8Ti1.1O4 Ceramics at Microwave Frequency
Cheng-Liang Huang

(Mg1–xZnx)1.8Ti1.1O4 (x = 0.03–1.00) ceramics were prepared via the conventional solid-state method and their dielectric properties were investigated in the microwave frequency region. Formation of solid solutions was confirmed by the X-ray diffraction analysis, the EDX analysis, and the measured lattice parameters. A small amount of …

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