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Investigation of the Mounting Position of a Wearable Robot Arm
In a wearable robot arm, the minimum joint configuration and link length must be considered to avoid increasing the burden on the user. This work investigated how the joint configuration, length of arm links, and mounting position of a wearable robot arm affect the cooperative and invasive workspaces of the overall workspace. We considered the joint configurations and link lengths of passive and active joints in our proposed wearable robot arm, which is called the Assist Oriented Arm (AOA). Indoi:10.3390/robotics11010019 fatcat:zyr76i63mjbozg3nil5z5ywj4e