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Integrated Grasp Planning and Visual Object Localization For a Humanoid Robot with Five-Fingered Hands

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Integrated Grasp Planning and Visual Object Localization For a Humanoid Robot with Five-Fingered Hands
— In this paper we present a framework for grasp planning with a humanoid robot arm and a five-fingered hand. The aim is to provide the humanoid robot with the ability of grasping objects that appear in a kitchen environment. Our approach is based on the use of an object model database that contains the description of all the objects that can appear in the robot workspace. This database is completed with two modules that make use of this object representation: An exhaustive offline grasp analysis system and a real-time stereo vision system. The offline grasp analysis system determines the best grasp for the objects by employing a simulation system, together with CAD models of the objects and the five-fingered hand. The results of this analysis are added to the object database using a description suited to the requirements of the grasp execution modules. A stereo camera system is used for a real-time object localization using a combination of appearance-based and modelbased meth...
Antonio Morales, Tamim Asfour, Pedram Azad, Steffe
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where IROS
Authors Antonio Morales, Tamim Asfour, Pedram Azad, Steffen Knoop, Rüdiger Dillmann
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