Dexterous robotic arms have gained increasing attention in the robotics community in recent years, especially snake-like robots. A cable-driven snake-like robot arm (CDSLRA) owns a number of promising advantages such as: light-weight structure, low energy consumption, high speed motion due to low moment inertia and it is suitable to work in constrained work-conditions. A prototype consisting a series...
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