A Mathematical Introduction to Robotic ManipulationDe (autor) Richard M. Murray, Zexiang Li S. Shankar Sastry
en Limba Engleză Paperback – March 1994
A Mathematical Introduction to Robotic Manipulation presents a mathematical formulation of the kinematics, dynamics, and control of robot manipulators. It uses an elegant set of mathematical tools that emphasizes the geometry of robot motion and allows a large class of robotic manipulation problems to be analyzed within a unified framework.
The foundation of the book is a derivation of robot kinematics using the product of the exponentials formula. The authors explore the kinematics of open-chain manipulators and multifingered robot hands, present an analysis of the dynamics and control of robot systems, discuss the specification and control of internal forces and internal motions, and address the implications of the nonholonomic nature of rolling contact are addressed, as well.
The wealth of information, numerous examples, and exercises make A Mathematical Introduction to Robotic Manipulation valuable as both a reference for robotics researchers and a text for students in advanced robotics courses.
Ilustrații: 30 halftones
Dimensiuni: 164 x 241 x 28 mm
Greutate: 0.75 kg
Editura: CRC Press
Public țintăMechanical and electrical engineers interested in the field of robotics and robotic control.
Multifingered Hands and Dextrous Manipulation.
Outline of the Book.
RIGID BODY MOTION:
Rigid Body Transformations.
Rotational Motion in R3.
Rigid Motion in R3.
Velocity of a Rigid Body.
Wrenches and Reciprocal Screws.
The Manipulator Jacobian.
Redundant and Parallel Manipulators.
ROBOT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL:
Dynamics of Open-Chain Manipulators.
Lyapunov Stability Theory.
Position Control and Trajectory Tracking.
Control of Constrained Manipulators.
MULTIFINGERED HAND KINEMATICS:
Introduction to Grasping.
Rolling Contact Kinematics.
HAND DYNAMICS AND CONTROL:
Lagrange's Equations with Constraints.
Robot Hand Dynamics.
Redundant and Nonmanipulable Robot Systems.
Kinematics and Statics of Tendon Actuation.
Control of Robot Hands.
NONHOLONOMIC BEHAVIOR IN ROBOTIC SYSTEMS:
Controllability and Frobenius' Theorem.
Examples of Nonholonomic Systems.
Structure of Nonholonomic Systems.
NONHOLONOMIC MOTION PLANNING:
Steering Model Control Systems Using Sinusoids.
General Methods for Steering.
Dynamic Finger Repositioning.
Robots in Hazardous Environments.
Medical Applications for Multifingered Hands.
Robots on a Small Scale: Microrobotics.
Lie Groups and Robot Kinematics.
A Mathematica Package for Screw Calculus.
Each chapter also includes a Summary, Bibliography, and Exercises