T. B. Yeung
Research Staff, VLSI Logic, CA
M.S. Thesis: Efficient Parallel Algorithms and VLSI Architectures for Manipulator Jacobian Computation, May 1987.
Shun Feng Su
Continued his graduate study and received his Ph.D. degree in December 1991.
M.S. Thesis: Optimum Projection and Path Planning of Redundant Manipulators, May 1989.
Engineering Research Staff, AT&T, Naperville, IL
M.S. Thesis: Three-Dimensional Graphic Simulation of Robot Arm Motion, August 1989.
Continued his graduate study and received his Ph.D. degree in May 1992.
M.S. Thesis: Parallel Algorithms and Reconfigurable Architecture for Robotics Computations, August 1989.
Software Architect, Bristol Technology Inc., 241 Ethan Allen Highway, Ridgefield, CT 06877
M.S. Thesis: An Object-Based Environment for Intelligent Design and Assembly Planning, December 1992.
M.S. Thesis: A Flexible Framework for Error Recovery, May 1993.
Continued his graduate study and received his Ph.D. degree in August 1996.
M.S. Thesis: Fuzzy Model Reference Adaptive Control, May 1994.
Muhammad A. Ali