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Decoupled Intensity-based Nonmetric Visual Servo Control

Abstract : This brief addresses the problem of vision-based robot control where the equilibrium state is defined via a goal image. Specifically, we consider the class of intensity-based nonmetric solutions, which provide for high accuracy, versatility, and robustness. Existing techniques within that class present a fully coupled translational and rotational control error dynamics, what increases analysis complexity and may degrade system performance. This paper proposes a new intensity-based nonmetric visual servoing technique that decouples the translational control error dynamics, regardless of the observed object characteristics, camera displacements, and their relative poses. The obtained system is thus lower-triangular in the general case. For some practical cases, the proposed general technique leads to the Grail of a fully decoupled (i.e., strictly diagonal) linear dynamics. Theoretical analysis of local diffeomorphism, local exponential stability, and of those decoupling properties are provided. Improved performances are also experimentally confirmed using a six-degree-of-freedom robotic manipulator in various positioning and tracking tasks.
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Geraldo Silveira, Luiz Mirisola, Pascal Morin. Decoupled Intensity-based Nonmetric Visual Servo Control. IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2020, 28 (2), pp.566-573. ⟨10.1109/TCST.2018.2873541⟩. ⟨hal-02901281⟩



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