Nael Daoud

Nael Daoud
Manara University · Robotics and Intelligent Systems

Doctor of Engineering

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Introduction
Robotics and Automation, smart systems, Neural Networks, Genetic algorithm, Expert systems, Mechanical Hands

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Publications (5)
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This paper presents a global strategy for object manipulation with the fingertips with an anthropomorphic dexterous hand: the LMS Hand of the ROBIOSS team from PPRIME Institute in Poitiers (France). Fine manipulation with the fingertips requires to compute on one hand, finger motions able to produce the desired object motion and on the other hand,...
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This paper concerns object manipulation with robotic dexterous hands using the fingertips. Two important aspects in the manipulation scheme are developed; the first one concerns grasp synthesis; it means that the choice of the initial grasp is done before the manipulation begins; and the second one concerns fingertips motion planning. Thus the LMS...
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This paper presents a new method for solving the grasp optimization problem by a multi-finger robotic hand; this method allows gripping an object using three articulated fingers, in order to manipulate it later. Because of the large number of operations and the high computation time, online grasp has not yet been reported. In this study, we propose...
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Reach and grasp are the two key functions of human prehension. The central nervous system controls these two functions in a separate but interdependent way. The choice between dierent solutions to reach and grasp an object-provided by multiple and redundant degrees of freedom (dof)-depends both on the properties and on the use (aordance) of the obj...
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Lors de la manipulation d’un objet par une main mécanique, il devient nécessaire de repositionner les doigts sur l’objet avant de poursuivre la tâche en cours dés lors qu’une limite articulaire ou une collision apparaissent. Nous proposons donc une méthode qui résout ce problème de reconfiguration et qui permet ainsi la réalisation de mouvements d’...

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