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By Adam Morecki, Jozef Knapczyk

This quantity includes the fundamental techniques of recent robotics, simple definitions, systematics of robots in undefined, carrier, medication and underwater job. very important info on strolling and mili-walking machines are incorporated in addition to attainable purposes of microrobots in medication, agriculture, underwater activity.

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The robots are equipped to recognize a desired object, even when it is mixed in with other objects, and to do so regardless of the position and shape of the object. Those tasks are made possible by a set of sensors. 19. The major blocks represent a work program PL and a computational program PC. The work program is transferred to manipulators M through amplifiers Am and At, after correction in the RL branch. Information about the object is transmitted to a environment investigating system SIA (where it is compared with the PC), and, at the same time, to two systems called indirect Ob I and final Ob F, where their comparison takes place and the resulting information is integrated into the program.

Classification of robots Various classifications can be made on the basis of the criteria assumed. Taking application as the criterion, the following classes of robots can be distinguished: - for research, - for training, - for industry, - for research under water, in space and on the surfaces of other planets. Applying the criterion of the degree of specialization, we can distinguish: - ospecialized robots, - special robots, - all-purpose robots. 2. 3. ·Systematization of manipulators and robots 27 Robots can also be divided into the following classes according to the type of drive system used: - with a pneumatic drive system, - with a hydraulic drive system, - with an electric drive system, - with a mixed drive system.

Structure of a Stanford-type manipulator arm dimensioned by means of D-H coordinates: a; = 0, 0, 0; l; = 0, 0, 0; A; = 0, 2 2, 2 3 ; 8;. 14): rp3 = T3,o rr3,3, where rr 3. 3 = [0 0 zp3 1 ]T and Xp 3 Hence = Yr 3 = 0, because point P 3 lies on the z 3 axis. 2 sB1 (zp 3 +A-3 )sB1sB2 -A2 cB1 -(zP3 +~)cBz Using formula (3. ,,O = -cB1 0 -sBI 0 0 0 0 0 cB1 s81 0 0 0 0 0 I 3. 20), with determined beforehand by differentiating D 3 : 0 . ,2 (ols()l + 012 cBJ ap 3z =(zp 3 +~XiJ2 sB2 +BicB2 )+2~02 sB2 +~cB2 With a sufficiently dense table of the positions of point P3 as a function of time and employing a computer to use interpolation formulas, it is possible to determine that point's velocity and acceleration.

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