Prioritized Multi-Objective Robot Control

Niels Jochen Dehio
Humans are capable of pursuing multiple objectives simultaneously in everyday life, thereby flexibly prioritizing motion tasks and constraints among others. A major goal of current robotics research is to equip highly redundant robots with similar adaptive behavior. The aim of this thesis is to endow such robots with the abilities to optimize priorities for possibly conflicting objectives, to smoothly rearrange such priorities and to decouple the objectives related to motion generation from the objective of...
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