Sensor-Based Robots: Algorithms and Architectures by Ulrich Rembold, Paul Levi (auth.), C. S. George Lee (eds.)

By Ulrich Rembold, Paul Levi (auth.), C. S. George Lee (eds.)

Most commercial robots this present day have very little sensory power. suggestions is restricted to information regarding joint positions, mixed with a couple of interlock and timing indications. those robots can functionality purely in an atmosphere the place the gadgets to be manipulated are accurately positioned within the right place for the robotic to know (i. e. , in a established environment). for lots of current commercial purposes, this point of functionality has been enough. With the expanding call for for prime functionality sensor-based robotic manipulators in meeting projects, assembly this call for and problem can simply be completed during the attention of: 1) effective acquisition and processing of intemaVextemal sensory details, 2) usage and integration of sensory details from quite a few sensors (tactile, strength, and imaginative and prescient) to obtain wisdom in a altering surroundings, three) exploitation of inherent robot parallel algorithms and effective VLSI architectures for robot computations, and at last four) approach integration right into a operating and functioning robot procedure. this is often the rationale of the Workshop on Sensor-Based Robots: Algorithms and Architectures - to check the elemental learn matters and difficulties linked to sensor-based robotic manipulators and to suggest techniques and strategies from numerous viewpoints in enhancing state-of-the-art robotic manipula­ tors within the parts of sensor fusion and integration, sensory info processing, and parallel algorithms and architectures for robot computations.

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