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G. permanent magnets or suction cups). Another classification can be done on the basis of the nature of the forces required to support the robot: pneumatic, if the adhesion force is generated by a pressure difference; magnetic if the force is magnetic; mechanical if it depends only on mechanical supports, chemical if it is due to some particular glue, or electrostatic. Moreover within each of these categories, different kind of robots have been proposed in the last years, also on the basis of the locomotion architectures: walking with legs, frame walking, with wheels, sliding, jumping, etc.
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