Yinoussa Adagolodjo

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This paper presents an original method for interactions' haptic rendering when treating hyperelastic materials. Such simulations are known to be difficult due to the non-linear behavior of hyperelastic bodies; furthermore, haptic constraints enjoin contact forces to be refreshed at least at 1000 updates per second. To enforce the stability of simulations of(More)
This paper introduces a new method for automatic robotic needle steering in deformable tissues. The main contribution relies on the use of an inverse Finite Element (FE) simulation to control an articulated robot interacting with deformable structures. In this work we consider a flexible needle, embedded in the end effector of a 6 arm Mitsubishi RV1A robot,(More)
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