SUPERVISORY ROBOT CONTROL VIA NONLINEARITY COMPENSATION AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING.

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Abstract

Robot control strategies utilize the dynamic robot model to decouple the joints and specify the closed-loop response. The implementation of model-based control algorithms, however, is based upon the on-line evaluation of robot dynamics. This evaluation, which is on the order of milliseconds for typical industrial manipulators, introduces discretization errors (in addition to potential modeling and parameter errors) and degrades performance. In this paper, a novel supervisory structure is introduced to ameliorate the problem. The proposed structure incorporates nonlinearity compensation at the joint level (through a computer-control feedback algorithm); and performance monitoring at the task level (through discrete-time predictors. Preliminary simulation experiments demonstrate the feasibility and applicability of the approach.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherISA (Robotics and Expert Systems v 3)
Pages201-206
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)1556170262
Publication statusPublished - 1987
Externally publishedYes

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Robots
Monitoring
Industrial manipulators
Computer control
Feedback
Compensation and Redress
Experiments

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Tourassis, V. D. (1987). SUPERVISORY ROBOT CONTROL VIA NONLINEARITY COMPENSATION AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 201-206). ISA (Robotics and Expert Systems v 3).

SUPERVISORY ROBOT CONTROL VIA NONLINEARITY COMPENSATION AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING. / Tourassis, Vassilios D.

Unknown Host Publication Title. ISA (Robotics and Expert Systems v 3), 1987. p. 201-206.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Tourassis, VD 1987, SUPERVISORY ROBOT CONTROL VIA NONLINEARITY COMPENSATION AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING. in Unknown Host Publication Title. ISA (Robotics and Expert Systems v 3), pp. 201-206.
Tourassis VD. SUPERVISORY ROBOT CONTROL VIA NONLINEARITY COMPENSATION AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING. In Unknown Host Publication Title. ISA (Robotics and Expert Systems v 3). 1987. p. 201-206
Tourassis, Vassilios D. / SUPERVISORY ROBOT CONTROL VIA NONLINEARITY COMPENSATION AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING. Unknown Host Publication Title. ISA (Robotics and Expert Systems v 3), 1987. pp. 201-206
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