Minimal force jump within human and assistive robot cooperation
Abdi, Hamid, Nahavandi, Saeid and Masouleh, Mehdi Tale 2010, Minimal force jump within human and assistive robot cooperation, in 2010 IEEE/RSJ : Conference DVD proceedings of the 2010 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, IEEE, Piscataway, N. J., pp. 2651-2656.
When an assistant robotic manipulator cooperatively performs a task with a human and the task is required to be highly reliable, then fault tolerance is essential. To achieve the fault tolerance force within the human robot cooperation, it is required to map the effects of the faulty joint of the robot into the manipulator’s healthy joints’ torque space and the human force. The objective is to optimally maintain the cooperative force within the human robot cooperation. This paper aims to analyze the fault tolerant force within the cooperation and two frameworks are proposed. Then they have been validated through a fault scenario. Finally, the minimum force jump which is the optimal fault tolerance has been achieved.
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