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What's the difference between the different types of "control"

Found this in the Springer Handbook of Robotics 2nd Edition, by Oussama Khatib, on page 197: Special cases of impedance and admittance control are stiffness control and compliance control, ...
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What determines a robots euler rotation order?

Any euler angles triplet can be used to represent the orientation of a rigid body (and so of the link a robot). I cannot answer for the particular robots you mentioned, but usually one choose a ...
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Aspiring to build a space rover from scratch. From where to begin?

I think this discourse post will be of relevance to you. Corresponding GitHub repository: https://github.com/nasa-jpl/open-source-rover
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Why is admittance control better than impedance control for huma robot collaboration?

One aspect is that impedance control requires direct torque control of the actuators. Admittance control computes joint position or velocity commands in response to a measured force. Many robot arms ...
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My obstacle avoiding car doesn't work with dry cells

It could be that you are not delivering enough Power (Watts) to the motors when using a battery. This could mean not enough Voltage and/or not enough Current. It is a common difficulty for a battery's ...
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Calculate target orientation

From what you've said here, the goal pose relative to the robot_base frame has the following properties: Takes the transform of the ...
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roslaunch: is neither a launch file in package

I had a similar issue. I had a typo: instead of package.launch I named the file package_launch. After renaming it worked :-)
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roslaunch: is neither a launch file in package

Things to check Is the package compiled with catkin_make or catkin build and was that successful? Can you find it in ...
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tracked robot Gazebo-ROS

I gave a fully physical version of this a try in my bullet physics wrapper (https://github.com/lucasw/simple_sim_ros as opposed to Gazebo) and got okay results: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...
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