Institute for
Robotics and Process Control

Deutsch   English

Sorry, currently in German language only...

seminar topic

Manipulability

course: Bachelor/Master
Manipulability is a quantitative measurement of ability of a robot to produce motion or manipulate/interact with the environment. Depending on the posture, a robot might be unable to produce enough velocity in certain directions. Manipulability, defines a relationship between robot configuration (joint positions) and its ability of motion in different directions.

Literature: Yoshikawa(External) Vahrenkamp(External)(PDF)




zurück zur Übersicht

It took 0.18s to generate this page.