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This paper analyzes two-handed grasping of a rigid object in the two-dimensional (2-D) space. The two hands under consideration have two fingers, and each finger is equipped with a tactile sensor. The hands are assumed to be respectively installed on two robotic manipulators capable of motion and force control.
In a separate paper , a necessary condition for proper grasping configurations of two two-fingered hands are obtained. A proper grasping configuration is a configuration of the two hands at the initial contact with the object guaranteeing that a stable grasp can be achieved. A detailed study of the properties of contacts with the two fingers of a hand, and a method to determine if a proper grasping configuration has been reached by the two hands, are provided.
José-Antonio N. Caraza and Xiaoping Yun, "Two-Handed Grasping With Two-Fingered Hands", . December 1990.
Date Posted: 15 August 2007