An approach to motion planning for mobile manipulation

@inproceedings{Nassal1994AnAT,
  title={An approach to motion planning for mobile manipulation},
  author={Uwe M. Nassal},
  booktitle={IROS},
  year={1994}
}
Increasing the flexibility of robot systems has been one of the main objectives of robotics research in recent years. There are various approaches to achieve this: increasing fault-tolerance on different levels, the development of sophisticated sensors, grippers and manipulators and the use of learning techniques. But the field of operation of such smart systems is still limited to a rather small area. Mobile manipulation is another facet of increasing the flexibility of a robot system. By… CONTINUE READING

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