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Planning pre-grasp manipulation for transport tasks

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Planning pre-grasp manipulation for transport tasks
— Studies of human manipulation strategies suggest that pre-grasp object manipulation, such as rotation or sliding of the object to be grasped, can improve task performance by increasing both the task success rate and the quality of loadsupporting postures. In previous demonstrations, pre-grasp object rotation by a robot manipulator was limited to manuallyprogrammed actions. We present a method for automating the planning of pre-grasp rotation for object transport tasks. Our technique optimizes the grasp acquisition point by selecting a target object pose that can be grasped by high-payload manipulator configurations. Careful selection of the transition states leads to successful transport plans for tasks that are otherwise infeasible. In addition, optimization of the grasp acquisition posture also indirectly improves the transport plan quality, as measured by the safety margin of the manipulator payload limits.
Lillian Y. Chang, Siddhartha S. Srinivasa, Nancy S
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ICRA
Authors Lillian Y. Chang, Siddhartha S. Srinivasa, Nancy S. Pollard
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