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Commande robuste multi-variable des systèmes de comanipulation

Abstract : At the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution, robotic comanipulation is a key technology as it combines the dexterity of the human operator with the power of the machine. This task sharing between human and machine, in an uncertain and previously unknown environment, brings a lot of intrinsic difficulties to the nature of this interaction. This problem has been intensively studied over the last two decades by various research teams, mostly on devices with a single degree of freedom and with strong hypotheses about the controller structure. In this thesis, we deal with the problem of robotic comanipulation through the scope of the structured Hoo control, a framework particularly adapted to multivariable systems and which can be extended to a certain class of non-linear systems – manipulating robots are part of it – through linear parameter varying (LPV) models. The performance and stability requirements specific to comanipulation systems are expressed in terms of Hoo constraints and sector bounds. The control objectives thus formalised are solved by non-smooth optimization in order to take advantage of the particular structures of the comanipulation robot controllers. The validity of the methodology is carried out by intensive simulations and experiments on real devices.
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Neil Abroug. Commande robuste multi-variable des systèmes de comanipulation. Automatique / Robotique. Université de Strasbourg, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018STRAD027⟩. ⟨tel-02163729⟩



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