Kinetic limitations on the use of redundancy in robotic manipulators
The kinematic specification of motion for redundant manipulators has relied primarily on a formulation that decomposes joint velocity solutions into a pseudoinverse component and a homogeneous solution component. While such a formulation is conceptually appealing, since it treats the redundant degrees of freedom as independent from those required to maintain a desired end effector trajectory, it has been shown to be physically inaccurate when applied to the kinetic behavior of redundant manipulators. In this work, the kinetic behavior of the homogeneous solution component is analyzed in order ...
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