New Insights into Intelligent Robotics

A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417). This special issue belongs to the section "Robotics and Automation".

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School of Information Engineering, Minzu University of China, Beijing, China
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College of Electronics and Information Engineering, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China
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Dear Colleagues,

With the rapid development of computer, big data, artificial intelligence, and other technologies, intelligent robots with strong perception ability and autonomous decision-making ability have also made great progress. There are many kinds of intelligent robots, which cover different intelligent system objects in various application systems. In general, there are still many open problems that need to be solved in the fields of configuration, modeling and control, optimization analysis, perception and autonomous decision making and planning, and system application of intelligent robots. Determining how to develop and how to view intelligent robots are also worth studying. This Special Issue aims to provide scholars with the latest views and perspectives on the current situation, as well as the latest research results and development directions in intelligent robots. Therefore, we welcome papers on the research and development, application, and related technologies of intelligent robots.

This Special Issue aims to collect high-quality research papers in the field of intelligent robotics. We encourage researchers from various fields within the journal’s scope to contribute original papers highlighting the latest developments in their research field or to invite relevant experts and colleagues to do so. Topics of interest for this Special Issue include but are not limited to:

  • Configuration of intelligent robotics;
  • Modeling and control of intelligent robotics;
  • Optimization analysis of intelligent robotics;
  • Perception, cognition, and autonomous decision making and planning of intelligent robotics;
  • System application of intelligent robotics;
  • Soft operation with intelligent robots;
  • Artificial intelligence methods for intelligent robots;
  • Other related topics.

Prof. Dr. Licheng Wu
Dr. Haiming Huang
Prof. Dr. Xiong Luo
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Keywords

  • intelligent robotics
  • configuration of intelligent robotics
  • modeling and control of intelligent robotics
  • optimization analysis of intelligent robotics
  • perception, cognition, and autonomous decision making and planning of intelligent robotics
  • system application of intelligent robotics
  • soft operation with intelligent robots
  • artificial intelligence methods for intelligent robots

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Optimization Method of the Clamping Force for Large Cabin Parts
by Shuangji Yao, Yijv Luan, Marco Ceccarelli and Giuseppe Carbone
Appl. Sci. 2023, 13(23), 12575; https://doi.org/10.3390/app132312575 - 22 Nov 2023
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In order to realize the stable clamping of large cabin parts, this paper studied the clamping force optimization of the clamping mechanism for large-mass and large-size cabin parts. Firstly, three kinds of contact models are introduced. Then, a clamping matrix is constructed for [...] Read more.
In order to realize the stable clamping of large cabin parts, this paper studied the clamping force optimization of the clamping mechanism for large-mass and large-size cabin parts. Firstly, three kinds of contact models are introduced. Then, a clamping matrix is constructed for a particular clamping configuration. The nonlinear friction cone constraint at the contact point is transformed into a linear affine constraint in a smooth Riemannian manifold using the special structure of the positive definite symmetric matrix. Finally, a large cabin part used in the aerospace field is used as an example for calculating and simulating the clamping force optimization. Different optimization algorithms are used to calculate the initial value which is put into the gradient flow optimization method of the clamping force for optimization calculation. Meanwhile, the normal clamping force value of a 2 t object is measured using relevant experimental equipment. The simulation results and experimental results show that the gradient flow optimization method of the clamping force can quickly complete the clamping force optimization of large-mass and large-size cabin parts. The actual measured value of the normal clamping force is close to the simulated convergence value. The distribution of the normal force of the clamping mechanisms and the convergence value of the clamping force for each clamping mechanism can provide some references for determining the output clamping force of the clamping mechanism and confirming a reasonable distribution of the clamping mechanism. It also confirms the feasibility and effectiveness of this method applied to the clamping force optimization for a large axial part. Full article
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