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Haptic feedback of kinematic conditioning for telerobotic applications   
摘  要:   Kinematic conditioning of robot manipulators is the problem where small motions in Cartesian space cause excessive joint velocities. This problem is significant in teleoperation. Haptic feedback provides the bi-directional flow of information which allows the operator to control the telerobot interactively. Haptic feedback of kinematic conditioning is proposed as a new approach to achieve better performance in telerobotic control near kinematic singularities. Four different singularity force feedback methods are defined and studied. Experimental results with a force feedback master and simulated slave system show that teleoperation performance near singular configurations was affected and improved by using singularity force feedback
发  表:   International Conference on Intelligent RObots and Systems - IROS  1998

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