Concepts of Manipulation Robot Control
The tasks that are nowdays assigned to robots are becoming more varied and more complex. More and more often robotic units are becoming parts of flexible technological cells, lines and intelligent technological systems. In view of these facts, the organization of robot control should be based upon the principle of control hierarchy.
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