Tomoki Hasegawa

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This paper proposes a method for the self-localization of a mobile robot using a passive radio frequency identification (RFID) system and support vector machines (SVMs). Using the SVM, we do not need to perform any complicated tasks for measuring the geometric position of each RFID tags to produce a look-up table as used by conventional self-localization(More)
This paper describes a model-based robot system. This system was developed to replace and improve upon the conventional robot control scheme of teaching-by-showing and replay. The key concept of this system consists of the combination of manipulation skills with an environment model. The model provides the geometric structure and the physical properties of(More)
In the next generation model based robot systems, absolute positioning accuracy of a robot is becoming more important to effectively utilize advanced offline teaching and online programming techniques. This paper describes a calibration procedure for a hand-eye system with a multijoint direct-drive manipulator and a 3-D visual sensor system. A new technique(More)
This paper presents a motion planning system for an autonomous robot manipulator composed of a wheeled mobile platform equipped with a six degrees-of-freedom manipulator arm and evolving in an already known industrial environment. Given a geometric representation of both the robot and workspace, a description of the robot kinematics and a sequence of goal(More)
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