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Robot Manipulation of Deformable Objects

by Dominik Henrich

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Published by Springer London in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Engineering economy,
  • Text processing (Computer science),
  • Engineering,
  • Machinery

  • About the Edition

    This book is about automatic handling of non-rigid or deformable objects like cables, fabric, or foam rubber. The automation by robots in industrial environments, is especially examined. It discusses several important automation aspects, such as material modelling and simulation, planning and control strategies, collaborative systems, and industrial applications. This book collects contributions from various countries and international projects and, therefore, provides a representative overview of the state of the art in this field. It is of particular interest for scientists and practitioners in the area of robotics and automation.

    Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Dominik Henrich, Heinz Wörn
    SeriesAdvanced Manufacturing, Advanced manufacturing
    ContributionsWörn, Heinz
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ241
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (viii, 271p. 139 illus.)
    Number of Pages271
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27085834M
    ISBN 101447111931, 1447107497
    ISBN 109781447111931, 9781447107491
    OCLC/WorldCa853263340

    Perception of Deformable Objects and Compliant Manipulation for Service Robots Jörg Stückler and Sven Behnke University of Bonn, Computer Science Institute VI, Autonomous Intelligent Systems Abstract We identified softness in robot control as well as robot perception as key enabling technologies for future service robots. Using Task Symmetry for Human-Robot Collaborative Manipulation of Deformable Objects Without Modeling Deformation Dmitry Berenson EEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) Workshop on Cognitive Surgical Robotics: From Virtual Fixtures to Advanced Cooperative Control, November,

      Direct and Inverse Simulation of Deformable Linear Objects. In Henrich, D. and Wörn, H. eds., Robot Manipulation of Deformable Objects, Springer–Verlag, Advanced Manufacturing Series, pp. 43 – Google ScholarCited by: A brief State-of the-Art on the manipulation of the deformable objects with relatively low bending rigidity and presenting elastic behavior like foam, sheet metal is presented as main part of the paper is devoted to the robotic manipulation of the sheet-like objects with very low rigidity such as fabrics and : Nikos A. Aspragathos.

    Recent Publications. C. Jiang, A. Nazir, G. Abbasnejad, and J. Seo, “Dynamic Flex-and-Flip Manipulation of Deformable Linear Objects,” IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Macau, China, Published article (IEEE Xplore) Accepted manuscript. A. Nazir and J. Seo, “Passive Dynamic Object Locomotion by Rocking and . A Mathematical Introduction to Robotic Manipulation Richard M. Murray California Institute of Technology dynamics, and control of robot manipulators. The current book is an to grasping and manipulation of objects by multifingered robotFile Size: 2MB.


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Robot Manipulation of Deformable Objects by Dominik Henrich Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is about automatic handling of non-rigid or deformable objects like cables, fabric, or foam rubber.

The automation by robots in industrial environments, is especially examined. It discusses several important automation aspects, such as material modelling and simulation, planning and control strategies, collaborative systems, and Format: Paperback. Request PDF | Robot Manipulation of Deformable Objects | This book is about automatic handling of non-rigid or deformable objects like cables, fabric.

This book is about automatic handling of non-rigid or deformable objects like cables, fabric, or foam rubber.

The automation by robots in industrial environments, is especially examined. It discusses several important automation aspects, such as material modelling and simulation, planning and control strategies, collaborative systems, and.

Robot manipulation of deformable objects. London: Springer, (OCoLC) Online version: Robot manipulation of deformable objects. London: Springer, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Dominik Henrich; Heinz Wörn.

This book is about automatic handling of non-rigid or deformable objects like cables, fabric, or foam rubber. The automation by robots in industrial environments, is especially examined.

It discusses several important automation aspects, such as. Robot Manipulation of Deformable Objects: Advanced Manufacturing. Abstract. No abstract available.

Cited By. Sanchez J, Corrales J, Bouzgarrou B and Mezouar Y () Robotic manipulation and sensing of deformable objects in domestic and industrial applications, International Journal of Robotics Research,(), Online. Get this from a library. Robot Manipulation of Deformable Objects.

[Dominik Henrich; Heinz Wörn] -- This book is about automatic handling of non-rigid or deformable objects like cables, fabric, or foam rubber.

The automation by robots in industrial environments, is. Abstract: Deformable objects such as cables and clothes are ubiquitous in factories, hospitals, and homes. While a great deal of work has investigated the manipulation of rigid objects in these settings, manipulation of deformable objects remains under-explored.

The problem is indeed challenging, as these objects are not straightforward to model and have infinite-dimensional. "Local Motion Planning for Collaborative Multi-Robot Manipulation of Deformable Objects", Javier Alonso-Mora, Ross Knepper, Roland Siegwart and Daniela Rus, IEEE Int. Conf. in Robotics and.

Buy Robot manipulation of deformable objects by Dominik Henrich (Editor), Heinz Worn (Editor) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions. Robot Manipulation of Deformable Objects Edited by Dominik Henrich and Heinz Wörn Springer-Verlag London, Berlin, HeidelbergCited by:   Robot Perception and Manipulation for Deformable Objects What Matters for Deformable Object Manipulation - Duration: Precise Robot Manipulation with Never-Before-Seen Objects - Duration.

Fouad F. Khalil and Pierre Payeur (March 1st ). Dexterous Robotic Manipulation of Deformable Objects with Multi-Sensory Feedback - a Review, Robot Manipulators Trends and Development, Agustin Jimenez and Basil M Al Hadithi, Cited by: Abstract Manipulation of deformable objects often requires a robot to apply specic forces to bring the object into the desired conguration.

For instance, tightening a knot requires pulling on the ends, attening an article of clothing requires smoothing out wrinkles, and erasing a whiteboard requires applying downward pressure.

We present a Cited by: Robotic manipulation of deformable 1D objects such as ropes, cables, and hoses is challenging due to the lack of high-fidelity analytic models and large configuration spaces. Besides the work in the field of manipulating rigid objects, currently, there are several research and development activities going on in the field of manipulating non-rigid or deformable objects.

Several papers have been published on international conferences in this field from various projects and countries. But there has been no comprehensive work which provides both a Cited by: Robot Manipulation of Deformable Objects. we give a short motivation and overview of the single chapters of the book.

The simulation of deformable objects is one way to approach the problem of manipulating these objects by robots. Based on a physical model of the object and the occurring constraints, the resulting object shape is Cited by:   A tactile-based grasping strategy for deformable objects’ manipulation and deformability estimation.

In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics, pp. – (). doi: /Cited by: 1. manipulation of both types of objects within a kitchen environment. The long-term goal is to plan and execute manipulation tasks with the fingered hands of the ARMAR robot, but as a first step this paper deals with action selecti on for cloth straightening with just one finger.

The existing work on manipulation of deformable objects. Human Inspired Dexterity in Robotic Manipulation provides up-to-date research and information on how to imitate humans and realize robotic manipulation. Approaches from both software and hardware viewpoints are shown, with sections discussing, and highlighting, case studies that demonstrate how human manipulation techniques or skills can be.

Deformable objects are used in many economically important industries such as food, automobiles, aerospace, leather and packaging [1–6].

Most of the tasks involv-ing the handling of deformable objects are done manually which make them labor intensive and time consuming requiring fast and accurate manipulation of material by skilled human.Learning Haptic Representation for Manipulating Deformable Food Objects Mevlana C.

Gemici and Ashutosh Saxena Department of Computer Science, Cornell University, USA. Email: fmevlana,asaxena [email protected] Abstract Manipulation of complex deformable semi-solids such as food objects is an important skill for personal robots to have.Section 3 State of the Art on Deformable Object Sorting and Robot Manipulation 3 3 State of the Art on Deformable Object Sorting and Robot Ma-nipulation As previous sections have pointed out, recent research on deformable object manipulation mainly focuses on de ning reliable models of deformable objects to deterministically foresee how to.