By Manuel Ferre, Martin Buss, Rafael Aracil, Claudio Melchiorri, Carlos Balaguer
A desirable ebook that covers intimately the entire latest advances in Telerobotics. A must-read for scientists, researchers and scholars in teleoperation, it describes every little thing from equipment and experimental effects to purposes and advancements. Its 3 sections disguise human method interfaces, keep watch over, and purposes. The publication is complemented by means of a truly precious CD-ROM containing fifteen study video clips that aid to carry the cloth within the publication to existence.
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3 presents the system design of ViSHaRD10 and Sec. 4 basic control strategies along with the inverse kinematics solution technique. Finally, hardware experiments for closed-loop performance and the capability of the inverse kinematics solution to avoid singular conﬁgurations are presented in Sec. 5. 1 Requirements An ‘ideal’ haptic device provides for a large variety of haptic applications a completely transparent interface to the remote or virtual environment, i. e. the user cannot detect any diﬀerence to the interaction with real objects.
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Acting and human sense capabilities have to be taken into account upon designing a multi-modal interface properly. The goal is to achieve the maximum possible degree of telepresence in order to increase the performance of the telerobotic system. References 1. B. Sheridan. Telerobotics. Automatica, 25(4):487–507, 1989. 2. M. Buss and G. Schmidt. Control Problems in Multimodal Telepresence. In Advances in Control: Highlights of the 5th European Control Conference ECC’99, pages 65–101, 1999. 3. T.
Advances in Telerobotics (Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics) by Manuel Ferre, Martin Buss, Rafael Aracil, Claudio Melchiorri, Carlos Balaguer