Abdullah Aamir Hayat

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Kinematic identification of a serial robot has been an active field of research as the need for improving the accuracy of a robot is increasing with time. Denavit-Hartenberg (DH) parameters of a serial robot, which are typically used to represent its architecture, are usually provided by its manufacturer. At times these parameters are not the same and hence(More)
Inverse kinematics of a robot is very essential to find the joint variables that satisfy the desired pose of the robot during its manipulation. This is used in controlling the robot position, animation of the robot, etc. In this paper, step-by-step explanation and comparison of two widely used methods, namely, inverse kinematics and Jacobian inverse(More)
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