Juan C. Rivera-Dueñas

Learn More
When a robot manipulator has to interact with its environment, it is desirable to control the force exerted by the end-effector. There are many well-know algorithms to achieve this goal, both in Cartesian and joint coordinates. In the first case, the robot model is more complex, while in the second one inverse kinematics is to be employed, since the task is(More)
All electronic processing components in future deep nanotechnologies will exhibit high noise level and/or low S/N ratios because of the extreme voltage reduction and the nearly erratic nature of such devices. Systems implemented with these devices would exhibit a high probability to fail, causing an unacceptably reduced reliability. In this paper we(More)
  • 1