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Task-specific demonstration and practiced synergies for writing with the ACT hand
2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation
Muscle synergies are hypothesized as a way to reduce the control space of redundant biological neuromuscular control. Robotics researchers are starting to use grasping synergies to simplify the task of coordinating many joints for complex manipulators. This is especially useful for hand movement control as there are many joints and muscles to control to achieve even simple tasks. This paper uses the Anatomically Correct Testbed (ACT) Robotic Hand to understand how taskspecific synergies may bedoi:10.1109/icra.2011.5980218 dblp:conf/icra/RombokasMM11 fatcat:pelqg6wcrzcwxbot6msmov54mu