Comparison Between the CLOE Method and the DIDIM Method for Robots Identification

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This brief deals with the identification of industrial robots. The usual identification method is based on the use of the inverse dynamic identification model and the least-squares technique. Another approach is the direct and inverse dynamic identification models (DIDIM) method, which is a closed-loop output error (CLOE) method minimizing the quadratic… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TCST.2014.2299544

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@article{Janot2014ComparisonBT, title={Comparison Between the CLOE Method and the DIDIM Method for Robots Identification}, author={Alexandre Janot and Maxime Gautier and Anthony Jubien and Pierre-Olivier Vandanjon}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology}, year={2014}, volume={22}, pages={1935-1941} }