Proceedings of the European Control Conference 1993, Groningen, Netherlands, June 28 a July 1, 1993Key Words: neural network nonlinear control robot I. INTRODUCTION Artificial neural networks (ANNs.) ... torques from resulting position, velocity, and acceleration, then it seems possible that given a desired position, velocity, and acceleration, we can generate the desired torque. ... Force control, as one of the most sophisticated problems in robot control, is resulted from which the manipulator comes intoanbsp;...
|Title||:||European Control Conference 1993|
|Publisher||:||European Control Association - 1993-06-28|