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IROS
2006
IEEE
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On the Capture of Tumbling Satellite by a Space Robot
— This paper deals with problems related to the capture of a tumbling satellite by a space robot. The minimization of the base attitude deviation before and after the contact wit...
Kazuya Yoshida, Dimitar Dimitrov, Hiroki Nakanishi
ICRA
2006
IEEE
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Autonomous Capture of a Tumbling Satellite
— In this paper, we describe a framework for the autonomous capture and servicing of satellites. The work is based on laboratory experiments that illustrate the autonomy and remo...
Guy Rouleau, Ioannis M. Rekleitis, Régent L...
ICRA
2006
IEEE
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Identification of Actuation Efforts using Limited Sensory Information for Space Robots
- Autonomous space robots are needed for future missions such as satellite capture and large space structure construction. Precise control of these space robots is important for sp...
Peggy Boning, Steven Dubowsky
IROS
2006
IEEE
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Robotic On-Orbit Servicing - DLR's Experience and Perspective
The increasing number of launched satellites per year, calls for solutions to keep free operational space for telecommunication systems in geo-synchronized orbit, as well as to av...
Klaus Landzettel, Carsten Preusche, Alin Albu-Sch&...
IEAAIE
2004
Springer
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The Cognitive Controller: A Hybrid, Deliberative/Reactive Control Architecture for Autonomous Robots
Abstract. The Cognitive Controller (CoCo) is a new, three-tiered control architecture for autonomous agents that combines reactive and deliberative components. A behaviour-based re...
Faisal Qureshi, Demetri Terzopoulos, Ross Gillett
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