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Interactive Telecooperation via Internet

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7 Author(s)
Xiuhui Fu ; Shenyang Institute of Automation Nanta Street Shenyang, 110016 P. R. China, Shenyang Institute of Chemical Technology Shenyang, 110142 P. R. China, Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing, 100039 P. R. China, ; Ning Xi ; Dalong Tan ; Yuechao Wang
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The architecture of an Internet-based teleoperation system with force feedback control has been presented. The notion of supermedia in the teleoperation was introduced firstly. And then the artificial potential field method was used to produce virtual force which was displayed by force feedback device. A kind of general task distribution algorithm had been proposed, in which tasks were distributed by the operator. Cooperating grabbing work experiment of the omnidirectional mobile robot and MOTOMAN manipulator in Shenyang Institute of Automation's had demonstrated that this method was available and effective

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Robotics and Biomimetics, 2004. ROBIO 2004. IEEE International Conference on

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22-26 Aug. 2004