2006, English, Article edition: ARPH: Comparison of a classical method and a method using man - machine collaboration to exploit the redundancy of the robotized assistant Delarue, Sébastien; Nait-Chabane, Khiar; Hoppenot, Philippe; ...

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  • 2006
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  • English

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  • ARPH: Comparison of a classical method and a method using man - machine collaboration to exploit the redundancy of the robotized assistant
Author
  • Delarue, Sébastien
  • Nait-Chabane, Khiar
  • Hoppenot, Philippe
  • Colle, Etienne
Published
  • HAL - CCSD
  • 2006
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  • text
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  • Solutions kept in robotics of assistance are often very different from those used in industrial robotics. From the point of view of conception, it is appropriate to consider the person and the robotics of assistance as two elements belonging to a same complex system. The collaboration between these two entities becomes necessary and allows to set up innovative solutions. This paper tries to show on the example of the control of a mobile arm that it is possible to offer new algorithms by using the capacities of the person. We showed that a method of resolution of problems used in DAI gives an alternative in the mathematical models generally implemented to control a robot. This approach gives advantages. However the local character of resolution requires the presence of the upper level having a total vision of the process and able to take decisions. In robotics of assistance this role is played by the person as part of collaboration man - machine.
  • HAL:hal-00341303, version 1
  • HAL:http:/​/​hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/​hal-00341303/​en/​
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