ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Visual Tracking using Kernel Projected Measurement and Log-Polar Transformation
Visual Servoing is generally contained of control and feature tracking. Study of previous methods shows that no attempt has been made to optimize these two parts together. In kernel based visual servoing method, the main objective is to combine and optimize these two parts together and to make an entire control loop. This main target is accomplished by using Lyapanov theory. A Lyapanov candidate function is formed based on kernel definition such that the Lyapanov stability can be verified. The implementation is done in four degrees of freedom and Fourier transform is used for decomposition of the rotation and scale directions from 2D translation. In the present study, a new method in scale and rotation correction is presented. Log-Polar Transform is used instead of Fourier transform for these two degrees of freedom. Tracking in four degrees of freedom is synthesized to show the visual tracking of an unmarked object. Comparison between Log-Polar transform and Fourier transform shows the advantages of the presented method. KBVS based on Log-Polar transform proposed in this paper, because of its robustness, speed and featureless properties.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12494_943887b9de23947c5793a6d4f7f0ed1b.pdf
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Visual Servoing
Lyapanov Function
Log
Polar Transform
Fourier Transform
Hamid
D. Taghirad
true
1
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
Hamid
D. Taghirad
taghirad@kntu.ac.ir
true
2
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
Fateme
Bakhshande
true
3
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
AUTHOR
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Optimization of the Kinematic Sensitivity and the Greatest Continuous Circle in the Constant-orientation Workspace of Planar Parallel Mechanisms
This paper presents the results of a comprehensive study on the efficiency of planar parallel mechanisms, considering their kinetostatic performance and also, their workspace. This aim is approached upon proceeding single- and multi-objective optimization procedures. Kinetostatic performances of ten different planar parallel mechanisms are analyzed by resorting to a recent index, kinematic sensitivity. Moreover, the greatest possible continuous circle in the constant-orientation workspace of the latter mechanisms is considered as another objective for the optimization procedures. Seeking the set of design parameters which compromises simultaneous optimal values for the two aforementioned objectives, i.e., kinematic sensitivity and workspace, necessitates launching a multi-objective optimization process. The mathematical framework adopted for the optimization problem is based on genetic algorithm. The results of multi-objective optimization are based on the sets of Pareto points, offering the most reliable decisions to reconciliate between some conïicting objectives. To this end, the ten planar parallel mechanisms are sorted into two sets based on their type of actuator, some of them with prismatic actuators and the other ones with revolute actuators. Finally, a comparison between performances of these mechanisms, according to the obtained results, is carried out.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12492_2fe566d0d187b3709b959ecde7d7c738.pdf
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Constant
orientation workspace
Differential evolution
Kinematic sensitivity
NSGA
II
Planar parallel mechanisms
Mohammad
H. Saadatzi
msaadatz@mymail.mines.edu
true
1
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado School of Mines
AUTHOR
Mehdi
Tale Masouleh
m.t.masouleh@ut.ac.ir
true
2
University of Tehran
University of Tehran
University of Tehran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Morteza
Daneshmand
mortezad@ut.ee
true
3
University of Tartu
University of Tartu
University of Tartu
AUTHOR
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Identification of an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Dynamic Using Extended Kalman Filter with ARMA Noise Model
In the procedure of designing an underwater vehicle or robot, its maneuverability and controllability must be simulated and tested, before the product is finalized for manufacturing. Since the hydrodynamic forces and moments highly affect the dynamic and maneuverability of the system, they must be estimated with a reasonable accuracy. In this study, hydrodynamic coefficients of an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) are identified using velocity and displacement measurements, and implementing an Extended Kalman Filter (EKF) estimator. The hydrodynamic coefficients are included in the augmented state vector of a six DOF nonlinear model. The accuracy and the speed of the convergence of the algorithm are improved by selecting a proper covariance matrix using the ARMA process model. This algorithm is used to estimate the hydrodynamic coefficients of two different sample AUVs: NPS AUV II and ISIMI. The comparison of the outputs of the identified models and the outputs of the real simulated models confirms the accuracy of the identification algorithm. This identification method can be used as an efficient tool for evaluating the hydrodynamic coefficients of underwater vehicles (robots), using the experimental data obtained from the test runs.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12493_91150588423e7ecdc30a7575494e61a4.pdf
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Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
Hydrodynamic coefficients
Extended Kalman Filter
system identification
parameter estimation
Saeed
Ebrahimi
ebrahimi@yazd.ac.ir
true
1
Yazd University
Yazd University
Yazd University
AUTHOR
Mohammad
Bozorg
bozorg@yazd.ac.ir
true
2
Yazd University
Yazd University
Yazd University
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mehdi
Zare Ernani
mehdi.mze@gmail.com
true
3
Kavian Petrochemical Company
Kavian Petrochemical Company
Kavian Petrochemical Company
AUTHOR
P. Kodati, Xinyan, d. Experimental Studies on the Hydrodynamics of a Robotic Ostraciiform Tail Fin. IEEE Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, (2006), 5418 - 5423.
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Tiano, A., Sutton, R., Lozowicki, A., and Naeem, W., “Observer Kalman filter identification of an autonomous underwater vehicle”, Control Engineering Practice, 15, (2007), 727-739.
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Best, M. C., Identifying tyre models directly from vehicle test data using an extended Kalman filter, Journal of Vehicle System Dynamics, 48, (2010), 171 -187.
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Best, M. C., Gordon, T. J. and Dixon, P. J., An extended adaptive Kalman filter for real-time state estimation of vehicle handling dynamics, Journal of Vehicle System Dynamics, 34 (1 ), (2000), 57-75.
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Zare Ernani, M., Bozorg, M., and Ebrahimi, S., Identification of an AUV Dynamic Using Extended Kalman Filter, Proceeding of 18th Int. Conf. of Iranian Society of Mechanical Engineers, Tehran, Iran, (2010).
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Design and Kinematic Analysis of a 4-DOF Serial-Parallel Manipulator for a Driving Simulator
This paper presents the kinematic analysis and the development of a 4-degree-of-freedom serial-parallel mechanism for large commercial vehicle driving simulators. The degrees of freedom are selected according to the target maneuvers and the structure of human motion perception organs. Several kinematic properties of parallel part of the mechanism under study are investigated, including the inverse and the forward kinematics problems, workspace determination, singularity, and kinematic sensitivity analysis. The workspace of the parallel part of the mechanism is obtained by interval analysis. Moreover, using elimination theory, a univariate expression representing the forward kinematics solution of the parallel part is obtained.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12495_53d72b75fae2ad419b6fb69d2e8e59ed.pdf
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driving simulator
Parallel mechanisms (PM)
Forward kinematics problem (FKP)
Kinematic sensitivity
Interval analysis
Mojtaba
Yazdani
true
1
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
AUTHOR
Mohammadreza
Arbabtafti
true
2
Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
AUTHOR
Mehdi
Tale-Masouleh
m.t.masouleh@ut.ac.ir
true
3
University of Tehran
University of Tehran
University of Tehran
AUTHOR
Milad
Hasanvand
true
4
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
AUTHOR
Ali
Nahvi
nahvi@kntu.ac.ir
true
5
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
Amir
Jaberi
a.jaberi@ut.ac.ir
true
6
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
K.N. Toosi University of Technology
AUTHOR
S. Advani, The Kinematic Design of Flight Simulator Motion-Bases, PhD Thesis, Delft University of Technology, (1998).
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F. Anooshahpour, A. Nahvi, N. Mehrabi, A. H. Haghighi, R. Kazemi, and S. Samiee, Design and Implementation of a Modified Classical Washout Filter Algorithm for ASARun Driving Simulator, ISME, (1 ) (2010)1 -7
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M. H. Saadatzi, M. Tale-Masouleh, H. D. Taghirad, C. Gosselin and P. Cardou, Geometric Analysis of the Kinematic Sensitivity of Planar Parallel Mechanisms, CCToMM Symposium, 26(1 ) (2011) 166-173.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Control of Quadrotor Using Sliding Mode Disturbance Observer and Nonlinear Hâ
In this paper, a nonlinear model of the underactuated six degrees of freedom (6 DOF) quadrotor helicopter was derived based on the Newton-Euler formalism. A new nonlinear robust control strategy was proposed to solve the stabilizing and path following problems in presence of external disturbances and parametric uncertainties. The proposed control structure consist of a sliding mode control based on disturbance observer (SMDO) to track the reference trajectory together with a nonlinear Hâ controller to stabilize the rotational movements. Simulation results in the presence of aerodynamic disturbances and parametric uncertainties are presented to corroborate the effectiveness and the robustness of the proposed strategy.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12496_90601813885a23254cb41817db86767f.pdf
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Disturbance Observer
Nonlinear H∞ Control
Sliding mode control
Quadrotor Helicopter
Kobra
Ghasemi
k.ghasemi@ec.iut.ac.ir
true
1
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
AUTHOR
Ghasem
Alizadeh
alizadeh@tabrizu.ac.ir
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2
University of Tabriz
University of Tabriz
University of Tabriz
LEAD_AUTHOR
P. Castillo, R. Lozano, A. Dzul, Modelling and control of mini-flying machines, SpringerVerlag, 2005.
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A. Benallegue, A. Mokhtari , L. Fridman, Feedback Linearization and High Order Sliding Mode Observer For A Quadrotor UAV, Proceedings of the 2006 International Workshop on Variable Structure Systems, Italy , 2006
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L. Besnard, Y. Shtessel, B. Landrum, Quadrotor vehicle control via sliding mode controller driven by sliding mode disturbance observer, Journal of the Franklin Institute (349), (2012), 658–684.
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A. Mokhtari, A. Benallegue, B. Daachi, Robust feedback linearization and GH∞ controller for a quadrotor unmanned aerial vehicle, Journal of Electrical Engineering (57), (2006), 20–27 .
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V. Guilherme, G Ortega. Manuel, R. Rubio. Francisco, Backstepping /Nonlinear H∞ Control for Path Tracking of a QuadRotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, American Control Conference, Washington, USA , 2008.
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P. Castillo, R. Lozano, A. E. Dzul. Modeling and Control of Mini-fiying Machines, SpringerVerlag, New York , 2005.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Model Predictive Control and Stability Analysis of a Standing Biped with Toe-Joint
In this paper standing balance control of a biped with toe-joint is presented. The model consists of an inverted pendulum as the upper body and the foot contains toe-joint. The biped is actuated by two torques at ankle-joint and toe-joint to regulate the upper body in upright position. To model the interaction between foot and the ground, configuration constraints are defined and utilized. To stabilize the biped around upright position, model predictive control (MPC) is implemented by which the constraints can be incorporate to the optimal control algorithm properly. To assess stability of system and to find domain of attraction of the fixed point, concept of Lyapunov exponents is utilized. Using the proposed control and stability analysis, we studied the effect of toe-joint in improving the stability of the biped and in decreasing actuator demand, necessary for stabilizing the system. In addition, effect of toe-joint is studied in improving domain of attraction of the stabilized fixed pint.
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Model predictive Control
Toe
Joint
Standing balance control
Lyapunov exponents
Mohammad Jafar
Sadigh
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Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
AUTHOR
Mohammad Jafar
Sadigh
jafars@cc.iut.ac.ir
true
2
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
AUTHOR
Ehsan
Kouchakia
kouchaki@iauln.ac.ir
true
3
Islamic Azad University Lenjan branch
Islamic Azad University Lenjan branch
Islamic Azad University Lenjan branch
LEAD_AUTHOR
G. Colombo, M. Wirz and V. Dietz, Driven gait orthosis for improvement of locomotor training in paraplegic patient. Spinal Cord., Vol. 39, (2001), 252 – 255.
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S. Jezernik, G. Colombo, T. Keller, H. Frueh and M. Morari, Robotic Orthosis Lokomat: A Rehabilitation and Research Tool. International Neuromodulation Society, Vol. 6(2), (2003), 108-115
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J. F. Veneman, R. Kruidhof, E. E. G. Hekman, R. Ekkelenkamp, E. H. F. Van Asseldonk, and H. Van der Kooij, Design and Evaluation of the LOPES Exoskeleton Robot for Interactive Gait Rehabilitation. the 28th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, New York, Vol. 15(3), (2007), 379-386.
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S. K. Banala, S. K. Agrawal and J. P. Scholz, Active Leg Exoskeleton (ALEX) for Gait Rehabilitation of MotorImpaired Patients. 2007 IEEE 10th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, (2007), June 12-15, 401 -407.
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D. J. Reinkensmeyer, D. Aoyagi, J. L. Emken, J. A. Galvez and W. Ichinose, Tools for understanding and optimizing robotic gait training. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development, August/September, Vol. 43(5), (2006), 657– 670 .
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H. Vallery, M. Guidali, A. Duschau-Wicke and Robert Riener, Patient Cooperative Control: Providing Safe Support without Restricting Movement. IFMBE proceeding, (2009), 166-169.
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H. Vallery, J. Veneman, Compliant Actuation of Rehabilitation Robots, IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine,Vol. 15(3), (2008), 60-69.
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J. F. Veneman, R. Ekkelenkamp, R. Kruidhof, F. C. T. Van der Helm and H. Van der Kooij, A Series Elastic- and Bowden-Cable-Based Actuation System for Use as Torque Actuator in Exoskeleton-Type Robots. The International Journal of Robotics Research Vol. 25(3), (2006), 261-281.
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A. Duschau-Wicke, J. V. Zitzewitz, L. Lünenburger and R. Riener, Patient-Driven Cooperative Gait Training with the Rehabilitation Robot Lokomat. IFMBE Proceedings 22, (2008), 1616–1619.
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M. Wellner, M. Guidali, J. Von Zitzewitz and Robert Riener, Using a Robotic Gait Orthosis as Haptic Display-A Perception-Based Optimization Approach, the IEEE 10th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, (2007), 81 -88.
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M. D. Hasankola, A. Dashkhaneh, M. M. Moghaddam, A. Mirzaie Saba, Design of a rotary elastic actuator for use as torque-actuator in rehabilitation robots, First RSI/ISM International Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics, (2013), 505-510.
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Q. Wang, J. Qian, Y. Zhang, L. Shen, Zh. Zhang and Zh. Feng, Gait Trajectory Planning and Simulation for the Powered Gait Orthosis, the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics, Sanya, China, (2008), 1693- 1697.
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A. Mirzaie Saba, Design, Simulation and Manufacturing of a Gait Rehabilitation Robot, MSc Thesis, Tarbiat Modares Univercity, (2012).
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Conceptual Design of a Gait Rehabilitation Robot
Gait rehabilitation using body weight support on a treadmill is a recommended rehabilitation technique for neurological injuries, such as spinal cord injury. In this paper, a new robotic orthosis is presented for treadmill training. In the presented design the criteria such as low inertia of robot components, backdrivability, high safety and degrees of freedom based on human walking are considered. This robot is composed of a leg exoskeleton for leg control and a segment for pelvis control. In the exoskeleton two degrees of freedom are considered for the hip joint and one for the knee joint. Also two degrees of freedom are considered for the pelvis joints. The inertia of moving components and the required force for the robot motion are measured to evaluate the robot backdrivability and transparency. Further, a walking algorithm is implemented on the robot and is tested on a human subject. Evaluation of the design showed that the robot is suitable for gait rehabilitation exercises.
http://ijr.kntu.ac.ir/article_12497_9637ea8724cc51fa6cd3242acc6f645b.pdf
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Rehabilitation
Treadmill Training
Exoskeleton Backdrivability
Mohammad
D. Hasankola
true
1
Tarbiat Modares University
Tarbiat Modares University
Tarbiat Modares University
AUTHOR
Abbas
Ehsaniseresht
true
2
Hakim Sabzevari University
Hakim Sabzevari University
Hakim Sabzevari University
AUTHOR
Majid
M. Moghaddam
m.moghadam@modares.ac.ir
true
3
Tarbiat Modares University
Tarbiat Modares University
Tarbiat Modares University
LEAD_AUTHOR
Ali
Mirzaie Saba
true
4
Tarbiat Modares University
Tarbiat Modares University
Tarbiat Modares University
AUTHOR
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