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1995
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Learning Impedance Control for Robotic Manipulators

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Learning Impedance Control for Robotic Manipulators
—Learning control is a concept for controlling dynamic systems in an iterative manner. It arises from the recognition that robotic manipulators are usually used to perform repetitive tasks. Most researches on the iterative learning control of robots have been focused on the problem of free motion control and hybrid position/force control where the learning controllers are designed to track the desired motion and force trajectories. The iterative learning impedance control of robotic manipulators, however, has been studied recently. In this paper, an iterative learning impedance control problem for robotic manipulators is formulated and solved. A target impedance is specified and a learning controller is designed such that the system follows the desired response specified by the target model as the actions are repeated. A design method for analyzing the convergence of the learning impedance system is developed. A sufficient condition for guaranteeing the convergence of the system i...
Chien-Chern Cheah, Danwei Wang
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Type Conference
Year 1995
Where ICRA
Authors Chien-Chern Cheah, Danwei Wang
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