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Main Title: A compliance-centric view of grasping
Author(s): Eppner, Clemens
Bartels, Georg
Brock, Oliver
Type: Research Paper
Language Code: en
Abstract: We advocate the central importance of compliance for grasp performance and demonstrate that grasp algorithms can achieve robust performance by explicitly considering and exploiting mechanical compliance of the grasping hand. Specifically, we consider the problem of robust grasping in the absence of a priori object models, focusing on object capture and grasp stability under variations of object shape for a given robotic hand. We present a simple characterization of the relationship between hand compliance, object shape, and grasp success. Based on this hypothesis, we devise a compliance-centric grasping algorithm. Real-world experiments show that this algorithm outperforms compliance-agnostic grasping, eliminates the need for explicit contact state planning, and simplifies the perceptual requirements when no a priori information about the environment is available.
Issue Date: Feb-2012
Date Available: 17-Mar-2016
DDC Class: 004 Datenverarbeitung; Informatik
Subject(s): Robotik
Sponsor/Funder: EC/FP7/248258/EU/Flexible Skill Acquisition and Intuitive Robot Tasking for Mobile Manipulation in the Real World/FIRST-MM
Series: Technical Report of the Robotics and Biology Laboratory, Department of Computer Engineering and Microelectronics, Technische Universität Berlin
Series Number: RBO-2012-01
Appears in Collections:Inst. Technische Informatik und Mikroelektronik » Publications

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