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Modelling, trajectory calculation and servoing of a computer controlled arm.

Richard P. Paul

Modelling, trajectory calculation and servoing of a computer controlled arm.

by Richard P. Paul

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Published by National Technical Information Service in Springfield, VA .
Written in English


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SeriesAIM-177, STAN-CS-72-311
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Open LibraryOL14582585M

This study is based on a TBM muti-degree of freedom nonlinear dynamic model. The total force in three direction and torque on cutterhead are calculated according to the real data. The subsequent calculation shows that keeping the rotation speed in the range of ï??rpm can make the cutterhead vibration at Cited by: 1. Coupling of Arm Movements during HRI: the handover case, Clustering of Gaussian Random Vector Fields in Multiple Trajectory Modelling, A benchmark study on accuracy-controlled distance calculation between superellipsoid and superovoid contact geometries, A. Alves Gonçalves, A.

Trajectory generation A common way of causing a manipulator to move from here to there in a smooth, controlled fashion is to cause each joint to move as specified by a smooth function of time. We discuss a multilinear generalization of the singular value decomposition. There is a strong analogy between several properties of the matrix and the higher-order tensor decomposition; uniqueness, link with the matrix eigenvalue decomposition, first-order perturbation effects, etc., are by:

  This book provides state-of-the-art scientific and engineering research findings and developments in the area of mobile robotics and associated support technologies around the theme of cooperative robotics. The book contains peer reviewed articles presented at . From these inputs, the trajectory-generation algorithm must plan all the details of the motion: velocity profiles for the joints, time duration of the move, and so on. Hence, input Section The mechanics and control of mechanical manipulators 15 to the trajectory-generation problem is generally given by constructs in the robot programming.


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Modelling, trajectory calculation and servoing of a computer controlled arm by Richard P. Paul Download PDF EPUB FB2

The goal of trajectory planning is to generate the reference inputs to the motion control system which ensures that the manipulator executes the planned trajectories. The user typically specifies a number of parameters to describe the desired trajectory.

Modelling, Trajectory Calculation, and Servoing of a Computer Controlled Arm. Memo. AIM. Dynamics and Algorithmes. Nauka, Moscow. pp Paul, R. Modelling. Trajectory Calculation and Servoing of a Computer Controlled Arm. Nauka, Moscow Free-flying manipulation robot computer control f 6 «,62,63 rod STABILISED BASE UN5TAblU5ED 3A5E 0 ìli Fig.3 Dynamic responses of the manipulator grip in OXYZ.

-based Cited by: 7. Abstract. In this chapter the computer-aided methods *) for setting and solving mathematical models of active mechanisms will be explained. By the term mathematical model, we mean a set of dynamic equations i.e.

differential equations of : Miomir Vukobratović, Veljko Potkonjak. Force feedback was added to a computer controlled manipulator by Inoue and it became possible to carry out force-related tasks such as assembly.(Ref.

5) Paul developed a software servoing system for an arm in which position, velocity and force information were read into the computer and motor drive level was output by the by: 3. Modelling, Trajectory Calculation and Servoing of a Computer Controlled Arm, Richard P.

Paul,Artificial arms, pages. The problem of computer control of an arm is divided into four parts: modelling, trajectory calculation, servoing and control. In modelling the author uses a symbolic Size: KB. The evidence for force feedback with adequate gain or for an appropriate central representation is not sufficient to conclude that force is the major controlled variable in normal limb movements.

Morton's hypothesis, that length is controlled by a follow-up servo, has a number of difficulties related to the delays, gains, variability, and Cited by: The problem of computer control of an arm is divided into four parts: modelling, trajectory calculation, servoing and control.

In modelling the author uses a symbolic data structure to represent Author: Poorya Haghi. The problem of computer control of an arm is divided into four parts: modelling, trajectory calculation, servoing and control.

In modelling the author uses a symbolic data structure to represent. just 30 days, master specific, easy-to-learn critical thinking techniques. Modelling, Trajectory Calculation and Servoing of a Computer Controlled Arm, Richard P.

Paul,Artificial arms, pages. The problem of computer control of an arm is divided into four parts: modelling, trajectory calculation, servoing and Size: KB. expositor of perennial philosophyModelling, Trajectory Calculation and Servoing of a Computer Controlled Arm, Richard P.

Paul,Artificial arms, pages. The problem of computer control of an arm is divided into four parts: modelling, trajectory calculation, servoing and control. In modelling the author uses a symbolic data. Systems analysis in the study of the motor-control system: Control theory alone is insufficient - Volume 5 Issue 4 - R.

Kearney, I. HunterCited by: 8. A method of controlling an articulated robot having in excess of six axes and up to twelve axes, comprises the steps of dividing the axes into two groups each composed of six axes or less, those axes which are positioned on one side of a dividing point (P) closely to a reference point serving as redundancy axes (11), those axes which are positioned on the other side of the dividing point Cited by: 6.

Robotics. TOOLBOX for MATLAB (Release ) y. z x. 5 I   [Paul R. Paul, Modelling, Trajectory Calculation and Servoing of a Computer Controlled Arm, PhD thesis in Comp.

Sci., Stanford A. Memo AIM, Sept. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE PROJECT [Pieper Donald-L. Pieper. A set of eight objects, with different shapes and weights, was used for the experiments: a plastic ball, a paper coffee cup, a card box, a phone headset, a CD keep case, an hard-cover book, a computer mouse and a hammer.

The objects were selected to be of everyday use and to have different geometrical properties and : Giuseppe Cotugno, Jelizaveta Konstantinova, Kaspar Althoefer, Thrishantha Nanayakkara.

Trajectory optimization of aerodynamically controlled missiles using pseudospectral method Global optimization of local weights in mixed-cost mpc for minimum time vehicle maneuvering Violation Learning Differential Evolution-Based hp-Adaptive Pseudospectral Method for Trajectory Optimization of Space Maneuver VehicleCited by: The book manipulation is performed as stated above with a hybrid visual/force controller.

Two degrees of freedom are considered. The perpendicular direction to the book is controlled with the force information, whereas the parallel direction is controlled with an image-based visual servoing by using the edges of the book as visual by: A robot arm without video sensing is like an artist painting with his eyes closed.

Using basic visual feedback algorithms, a robot arm could go from point to point on its own without a list of preprogrammed positions.

Giving the arm a red ball, it could actually reach for it (visual tracking and servoing). Parallel robots present outstanding advantages compared with their serial counterparts; they have both a higher force-to-weight ratio and better stiffness.

However, the existence of closed-chain mechanism yields difficulties in designing control system for practical applications, due to its highly coupled dynamics. This paper focuses on the dynamic model identification of the 6-DOF parallel Cited by: 1. Robot Manipulator Control Theory and Practice Second Edition, Revised and Expanded rate and image resolutions of this order are adequate for most applications with the exception of vision-based robot arm servoing.

Robot vision system cameras are usually TV cameras—either the solid-state charge-coupled device (CCD), which is responsive to. Learning motor trajectory by iteration for elastic joint industrial robot manipulators.

Authors: Author: Tae-Jun Ha, Jesung Yeon, Jong-Hyeon Park, Sanghoon Lee.The Fourth International Conference on Advanced Robotics was held in Columbus, Ohio, U. S. A. on June 13th to 15th, The first two conferences in this series were held in Tokyo. The third was held in Versailles, France in October The International Conference on Advanced Robotics is.Full text of "Performance evaluation of programmable robots and manipulators" See other formats.