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Manipulator grasping and pushing operations

@inproceedings{Mason1982ManipulatorGA,
  title={Manipulator grasping and pushing operations},
  author={M. Mason},
  year={1982}
}
  • M. Mason
  • Published 1982
  • Computer Science
  • The primary goal of this research is to develop theoretical tools for analysis, synthesis, and application of primitive manipulator operations. The primary method is to extend and apply traditional tools of classical mechanics. The results are of such a general nature that they address many different aspects of industrial robotics, including effector and sensor design, planning and programming tools, and design of auxiliary equipment. Some of the manipulator operations studied are: 1. Grasping… CONTINUE READING
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