Tracking control for Robotic Manipulators by Local Linear Feedback
Robotic manipulators are widely used in industries. Recently as actuators for theses manipulators, DD motors (direct drive motors) are gradually taking places of conventional geared DC motors, because of maintenance free, high-speed response, high power, high precision, clearness and quietness.
KeywordsFeedback Control Tracking Control Linear Feedback Admissible Control Reference Trajectory
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