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By S. Singh

Experimental robotics is on the middle of validating robotics examine for either its procedure technology and theoretical foundations. Robotics experiments function a unifying subject for robotics process technology and theoretical foundations. This booklet collects papers at the state-of-the-art in experimental robotics. The papers have been awarded on the 2000 overseas Symposium on Experimental Robotics.

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3), but one can guarantee the system stability with appropriate gains[7]. Figure 7(a) shows the configuration of the experimental system. Figure 7(b) shows the overview of the control station. 7(c), was used for the master handle. Figure 8 shows the robot experimental system on the ETS-VII and the task board used in the experiment. Scale Slide Handle Small Floating Object FTS Performance Test Mechanism Robot Arm Truss Structure (NAL) Peg Holes Grapple Fixture Tracing Slope Dextrous Hand System (MITI) Target Satellite Capturing Mechanism Earth Sensor ORU Hand Camera Antenna Docking Mechanism Experiment System (CRL) Shoulder Camera Robot Arm Holding Mechanism Task Board ETS-VII Robot Experiment Equipments (a) overview Vision Test Surface Tool Head Holding Mechanism Tool Head for Task Board Experiment (b) task board Figure 8.

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