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Simulation of the kinematically redundant mobile manipulator

HONZÍK, B.

Originální název

Simulation of the kinematically redundant mobile manipulator

Anglický název

Simulation of the kinematically redundant mobile manipulator

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The mobile manipulator consists of the manipulator arm mounted on the mobile platform. This system is kinematically redundant, formed by the addition of the degrees of freedom of the platform to those of the arm. The task considered in this study is that the gripper of the manipulator is guided by a human operator in real-time. Paper describes the simulation and visualization of such robotic system with the stress on the way how it was implemented rather than on the theoretical background of the problem itself. Presented approach can be applied in the similar fashion to other robotic or mechatronic systems.

Anglický abstrakt

The mobile manipulator consists of the manipulator arm mounted on the mobile platform. This system is kinematically redundant, formed by the addition of the degrees of freedom of the platform to those of the arm. The task considered in this study is that the gripper of the manipulator is guided by a human operator in real-time. Paper describes the simulation and visualization of such robotic system with the stress on the way how it was implemented rather than on the theoretical background of the problem itself. Presented approach can be applied in the similar fashion to other robotic or mechatronic systems.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT6947,
  author="Bohumil {Honzík}",
  title="Simulation of the kinematically redundant mobile manipulator",
  annote="The mobile manipulator consists of the manipulator arm mounted on the mobile platform. This system is kinematically redundant, formed by the addition of the degrees of freedom of the platform to those of the arm. The task considered in this study is that the gripper of the manipulator is guided by a human operator in real-time. Paper describes the simulation and visualization of such robotic system with the stress on the way how it was implemented rather than on the theoretical background of the problem itself. Presented approach can be applied in the similar fashion to other robotic or mechatronic systems.",
  address="VŠCHT Praha",
  booktitle="Matlab 2000",
  chapter="6947",
  institution="VŠCHT Praha",
  year="2000",
  month="january",
  pages="91",
  publisher="VŠCHT Praha",
  type="conference paper"
}