Mechanics, Planning, and Control for Tapping

Abstract

We consider impulsive manipulation to be any form of manipulation consisting of two phases: a strike to the object imparting some initial velocities and free motion of that object subject to forces and constraints in the environment. In this work, we have focused on manipulation of planar sliders by tapping. After being struck, the object slides on the… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/02783640022067841

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@article{Huang2000MechanicsPA, title={Mechanics, Planning, and Control for Tapping}, author={Wesley H. Huang and Matthew T. Mason}, journal={I. J. Robotics Res.}, year={2000}, volume={19}, pages={883-894} }