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By Dr Pasquale Chiacchio, Dr Stefano Chiaverini (eds.)

Robotic platforms have proved themselves to be of accelerating value and are greatly followed to alternative for people in repetitive or harmful events. Their diffusion has outgrown the boundaries of commercial functions in production platforms to co ver all facets of exploration and servicing in adversarial environments similar to undersea, outer area, battlefields and nuclear vegetation. complicated robot platforms - ie robot platforms with a fancy constitution and structure - are gaining expanding recognition from either the educational neighborhood and business clients. The modelling and keep watch over difficulties for those platforms can't be considered as easy extensions of these for normal unmarried manipulators, considering the fact that extra complexity arises; to complete initiatives there's the necessity to confirm co-ordinated movement of the complete approach including administration of interplay among every one section of the approach. This booklet makes a speciality of examples of complicated robot platforms - particularly co-operating manipulators and multi-fingered palms. it's addressed to graduate scholars in addition to to researchers within the field.

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1 needs to be slightly modified. 8), the task velocity kinematics is now el -dtelx ". 03x3 13×3 ] ".. e6 0= -d6e6x 03x3 • I3x3 VT. 11). 14 (the force ellipsoids have the same principal axes but reciprocal length). In the first case, the platform is horizontal. 71 0 IT. 5 ° about the vertical axis [ 0 0 1 ]. In each case, three ellipses lying in the plane generated by two of the principal axes are shown. 5. 5. 12: 3D ellipsoid for 6-DOF Stewart platforms: Case 1. 81}. 29}. The motion parallel to the platform is more difficult than other directions.

A. Bekey, "Report of Workshop on Coordinated Multiple Robot Manipulators: Planning, Control, and Applications," IEEE J. of Robotics and Automation, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 91-93, 1988. [7] P. Dauchez and R. Zapata, "Co-Ordinated Control of Two Cooperative Manipulators: the Use of a Kinematic Model," in Proc. 15th Int. Syrup. Industrial Robots, Tokyo, Japan, September 1985, pp. 641-648. [8] N. H. McClamroch, "Singular Systems of Differential Equations as Dynamic Models for Constrained Robot Systems," in Proc.

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