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This paper offers an carried out method of part-mating of three-d non-cylindrical elements with a 6 DOF manipulator, contemplating uncertainties in modeling, sensing and regulate. The middle of the proposed resolution is a reinforcement studying set of rules for choosing the activities that in achieving the objective within the minimal variety of steps. place and strength sensor values are encoded within the country of the procedure through a neural community. Experimental effects are provided for the insertion of other components – round, quadrangular and triangular prisms – in 3 dimensions. The procedure indicates reliable generalization functions for various shapes and site of the assembled components. those effects considerably expand many of the earlier achievements in high-quality movement projects, which regularly version the robotic as a polygon translating within the aircraft in a polygonal atmosphere or don't current genuine applied prototypes.

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Dypvik et al. 1 Cretaceous Palaeogeographic Setting A 142 million year plate reconstruction shows that the Barents Sea region was centered on the 55◦ N parallel (Fig. 3). 4◦ N, at a time when Greenland also bordered and defined the western margin of the Barents Sea. Thus, and with relevance to tsunami modelling of the impact (compare Chap. 10), the distance to Greenland (ca. 300 km) was approximately the same as to Northern Norway (Finnmark), where waves as high as 100 m have been estimated (Glimsdal et al.

The reflector does not appear to be disturbed by the Mjølnir impact in the target area (see Chaps. 3 and 4). 2 Geological Framework 25 Fig. 2 Tectonic map of the North Atlantic and the Barents Sea. The Mjølnir impact crater is located on the Bjarmeland Platform in the Barents Sea. The map outlines the Jan Mayen Fracture Zone in dark red (EJMFZ, WJMFZ) and the North Atlantic continental margin (HFZ, BFZ, MMH). Modified from Faleide et al. (2008) This Palaeozoic-Mesozoic boundary reflects the marked change from the silica cemented cherts to overlying clastic Triassic shales.

16) displays regressive developments into the Early Cretaceous of the Canadian and central Arctic basin, while the deepening of the North Atlantic takes place in combination with a tectonic uplift of the northern paleo-Barents Sea. The Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous setting with widespread fine-grained sedimentation lasted for 15–20 million years. The succeeding Middle and Upper Cretaceous formations generally is characterized with several additional stratigraphic breaks and non-continous sequences, and more coarse grained sedimentation filling up the subsiding basins.

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