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Journal of Robotics
Motion modularity is the main method of motion control for higher animals. That means the complex movements of the muscles are made up of basic motion primitives, and the brain or central nervous system does not care about the specific details of the movement. However, the industrial robot control system does not adopt the technical roadmap of motion modularity, it generates complex trajectories by providing a large number of sampling points. This approach is equivalent to using the brain todoi:10.1155/2020/3196983 fatcat:3qeacbkhcvhi7dngpse63tgalq