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Learning complex skills by repeating and generalizing expert behavior is a fundamental problem in robotics. However, the usual approaches do not answer the question of what are appropriate representations to generate motion for a specific task. Since it is time-consuming for a human expert to...
This paper presents a framework for autonomous capture operation of a non-cooperative mobile target in a 3-dimensional workspace using a robotic manipulator with visual servoing. The visual servoing with an eye-in-hand configuration is based on motion predictive control using Kalman filter for...
The efficient manipulation of randomly placed objects relies on the accurate estimation of their 6 DoF geometrical configuration. In this paper we tackle this issue by following the intuitive idea that different objects, viewed from the same perspective, should share identical poses and,...
Many applications of wheeled mobile robots demand a good solution for the autonomous mobility problem, i.e., the navigation with large displacement. A promising approach to solve this problem is the following of a visual path extracted from a visual memory. In this paper, we propose an...
We address the problem of grasping everyday objects that are small relative to an anthropomorphic hand, such as pens, screwdrivers, cellphones, and hammers from their natural poses on a support surface, e.g., a table top. In such conditions, state of the art grasp generation techniques fail to...
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