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000100993 245__ $$aA Task Specific Kinematic Design Methodology With Application to a 4-DOF Haptic Interface
000100993 269__ $$a2007
000100993 260__ $$c2007
000100993 336__ $$aConference Papers
000100993 520__ $$aTask specific mechanism design for spatial linkages has remained a challenge. In this paper we present a kinematic design methodology, which combines the formalism of the Lie Group method with the effectiveness of creativity techniques from ’integrated product development’, which in fact is a graphical pendant to the Lie Group methodology. The approach is exemplified for the kinematics of a haptic or force-feedback device. Five novel topologies for 2-DOF spherical displacement are presented of which one solution has been realized as prototype and is now used as haptic interface for the simulation of hysteroscopy - a minimal-invasive surgery technique with special demands to mechanism design.
000100993 6531_ $$atopology generation
000100993 6531_ $$adesign methodology
000100993 6531_ $$ahaptic interface
000100993 700__ $$0240236$$g153210$$aSpaelter, Ulrich
000100993 700__ $$aBleuler, Hannes$$g104561$$0240027
000100993 7112_ $$d17.-21.6.2007$$cBesançon$$aThe 12th World Congress in Mechanism and Machine Science IFTOMM '07
000100993 773__ $$tIFTOMM '07 Proceedings
000100993 909C0 $$pLSRO$$0252016
000100993 909CO $$ooai:infoscience.tind.io:100993$$pconf$$pSTI
000100993 937__ $$aLSRO-CONF-2007-009
000100993 973__ $$rREVIEWED$$sACCEPTED$$aEPFL
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