A safe-control paradigm for human-robot interaction
This paper introduces a new approach to control a robot manipulator in a way that is safe for humans in the robot's workspace. Conceptually the robot is viewed as a tool with limited autonomy. The limited perception capabilities of automatic systems prohibits the construction of failsafe robots of the capability of people Instead, the goal of our control paradigm is to make the interaction with a robot manipulator safe by making the robot's actions predictable and understandable to the human...[Show more]
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