Redundancy Resolution for two Cooperative Spatial Manipulators with a Sliding Contact
Cooperative robot manipulator systems are receiving an increasing interest in the research community in view of their potential over ordinary single robot manipulators. The goal is to achieve coordinated motion of the two robots so that a commonly held object can be effectively manipulated.
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