trajectory control


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trajectory control

[trə′jek·trē kən‚trōl]
(control systems)
A type of continuous-path control in which a robot's path is calculated based on mathematical models of joint acceleration, arm loads, and actuating signals.
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The other simulation solved the output feedback trajectory control.
The ipsilesional arm of these patients tends to show deficits in trajectory control following left-hemisphere damage and positional control following right-hemisphere damage.
Figure 2 shows the schematic diagram for the entire trajectory control loop.
Fast response and current protection are inherently present in the state plane trajectory control method but this method is complex.
A few are poster papers, among them discussions of trajectory control dynamics for path following vehicles, and spectral compression positioning for orbital navigation and science applications.
Since for a significant number of applications, velocity control is required additionally, if the system is subjected to trajectory control, where a drag error is to be minimized, a closed loop velocity control has to be applied as well.
Equally important has been the development of a new generation of trajectory control chips.
A New and Simple Algorithm for Sliding Mode Trajectory Control of the Robot Arm.
PowerDrive Orbit technology enhances trajectory control to provide precise positioning and improved hole quality, said Steve Kaufmann, president, Drilling & Measurements, Schlumberger.
To deal with such difficulties as nonlinear dynamics, uncertain models, and the presence of disturbances that are difficult to measure or estimate, they develop a new approach to feedback control methodology that provides accurate trajectory control and point stabilization of drone submarines.