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1 Finger Reachability The finger model we consider is anthropomorphic, similar like the human finger. The rotation of the beginning joint causes abduct and adduct movements. The following joints flexes the finger in a same plane. As many robotic fingers are built this way, the following analysis can be applied to these robotic hands. As reviewed in the introduction section, the grasping process can be decomposed into two sub-processes: placing hand preshape and finger closing. In this paper, the hand preshapes are defined so that the fingers have different initial joints.

Dillmann Approximated Graspable Boxes. To grasp objects of all possible sizes, we need to find a way to approximate the different sizes. Box is one of the simplest shape primitives in three dimensional space. The bounding box of an object describes the volume that completely contains the object geometry, which is often used for collision checking. A box has six faces and eight vertexes. Width, height and depth of a box determine the size of a box. Because of its simplicity, we analyze how each box can be grasped with the robotic hand instead of concrete object geometries.

Linear kernel is used for the binary classsification of any mode pairs (oneagainst-one) [10]. So, there will be a total of C102 classifiers, and the final decision of the mode label will be made depending on their ballots. Development of an Anthropomorphic Prosthetic Hand for Man-Machine Interaction 43 3) Mode encoding and transmission; the 10 modes are sequentially labelled as 0relexion, 1-thumb flextion, 2-thumb extention, 3-index flextion, 4-index extention, 5rest three finger flextion, 6-rest three finger extention, 7-all flextion, 8-all extention, 9-nip (thumb and index flextion).

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