passive accommodation

passive accommodation

[′pas·iv ə‚käm·ə′dā·shən]
(control systems)
The alteration in the positioning or motion of the end point of a robot manipulator that results from bending or deforming of the manipulator components in response to forces exerted on the robot.
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Peasant strategies included passive resistance, through foot-dragging and pilfering; passive accommodation, through "acceptance, however grudging, of the new rules of the game associated with the kolkhoz, and an effort to use them to one's own best advantage" (p.
The analysis is based both on the quasi-static peg-in-hole insertion model under relatively low insertion speed and on the approach of the passive accommodation. However, the emergence of the forces which result the peg motion during the chamferless parts' alignment is not explored in this paper.