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|Title:||Binary hyper-redundant robotic manipulator concept|
|Citation:||IEEE Region 10 Annual International Conference, Proceedings/TENCON. Vol.D, (2004)|
|Abstract:||Continuously actuated robotic manipulators are the most common type of manipulators even though they require sophisticated and expensive control and sensor systems to function with high accuracy and repeatability. Binary hyper-redundant (Bi-HR) robotic manipulators are potential candidates to be used in applications where high repeatability and reasonable accuracy are required. Such applications include pick-and-place, spot welding and assistants to people with disabilities. Generally, the Bi-HR manipulator is relatively inexpensive, lightweight, and has a high payload to arm weight ratio. This paper discusses a concept of Bi-HR manipulator, influencing concepts to the Bi-HR, examples of applications, and its advantages and disadvantages. © 2004IEEE.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 2001-2005|
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