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In this paper we adressed the problem of finding exciting trajectories for the identification of manipulator link inertia parameters. This can be formulated as a constraint nonlinear optimization problem. The new approach in the presented method is the parameterization of the trajectories with optimized B-splines. Experiments are carried out on a 7 joint Light-Weight robot with torque sensoring in each joint. Thus, unmodeled joint friction and noisy motor current measurements must not be taken into account here. The estimated dynamic model is verified on a different validation trajectory. The results show a clearly improvement of the estimated dynamic model compared to a CAD-valued model.
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