Prioritized motion-force control of constrained fully-actuated robots: "Task Space Inverse Dynamics"
|dc.description||Pre-print submitted to "Robotics and Autonomous Systems"||en|
We present a new framework for prioritized multi-task motion-force control of fully-actuated robots. This work is established on a careful review and comparison of the state of the art. Some control frameworks are not optimal, that is they do not find the optimal solution for the secondary tasks. Other frameworks are optimal, but they tackle the control problem at kinematic level, hence they neglect the robot dynamics and they do not allow for force control. Still other frameworks are optimal and consider force control, but they are computationally less efficient than ours. Our final claim is that, for fully-actuated robots, computing the operational-space inverse dynamics is equivalent to computing the inverse kinematics (at acceleration level) and then the joint-space inverse dynamics. Thanks to this fact, our control framework can efficiently compute the optimal solution by decoupling kinematics and dynamics of the robot. We take into account: motion and force control, soft and rigid contacts, free and constrained robots. Tests in simulation validate our control framework, comparing it with other state-of-the-art equivalent frameworks and showing remarkable improvements in optimality and efficiency.
|dc.title||Prioritized motion-force control of constrained fully-actuated robots: "Task Space Inverse Dynamics"||en|
|plymouth.journal||A. Del Prete, et al., Prioritized motion-force control of constrained fully-actuated robots: "Task Space Inverse Dynamics", Robotics and Autonomous Systems (2014)||en|
|plymouth.organisational-group||/Plymouth/Faculty of Science and Engineering|
|plymouth.organisational-group||/Plymouth/Faculty of Science and Engineering/School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics|
|plymouth.organisational-group||/Plymouth/REF 2021 Researchers by UoA|
|plymouth.organisational-group||/Plymouth/REF 2021 Researchers by UoA/UoA11 Computer Science and Informatics|