Uday S. Pathre

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This article examines the factors influencing the identification and observability of kinematic parameters during robot calibration. A generalized calibration experiment has been simulated using two different identification techniques. Details of the identification techniques and considerations for implementing them using standard IMSL routines are(More)
A generalized model that goes beyond the usual assumption of “ideal” joint behavior is proposed. The “real” joint has five ancillary degrees of freedom besides the dominant motion. The resulting manipulator transformation with its greater degree of sophistication is expected to help in calibration and compensation of the various kinematic contributions to(More)
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