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Function based control for bilateral systems in tele-micromanipulation

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4 Author(s)
Elitas, M. ; Mechatron. Program, Sabanci Univ., Istanbul ; Khan, S. ; Nergiz, A.O. ; Sabanovic, A.

Design of a motion control system should take into account (a) unconstrained motion performed without interaction with environment or any other system, and (b) constrained motion with system in contact with environment or other systems. Control in both cases can be formulated in terms of maintaining desired system configuration what makes essentially the same structure for common tasks: trajectory tracking, interaction force control, compliance control etc. The same design approach can be used to formulate control in bilateral systems aimed to maintain desired functional relations between human and environment through master and slave motion systems. Implementation of the methodology is currently being pursued with a custom built tele-micromanipulation setup and preliminary results concerning force/position tracking and transparency between master and slave are clearly demonstrated.

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Advanced Motion Control, 2008. AMC '08. 10th IEEE International Workshop on

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26-28 March 2008