End Point Control of Flexible Manipulators

@inproceedings{Cannon1986EndPC,
  title={End Point Control of Flexible Manipulators},
  author={Robert H. Cannon and Lawrence E. Pfeffer and Raymond Kraft and Brian Andersen},
  year={1986}
}
Abstract : This report covers research toward a technology for very quick, precise two-arm cooperative manipulation with the use of end-point control. The research addresses precision force control and dynamic cooperation of two manipulators. Unavoidable flexibility in the drive trains of robots and the robots' mounts make precise end-point control of flexible robots important. This research is part of a series of experiments requiring increasingly more advanced control capability and working… CONTINUE READING

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