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This paper offers an applied method of part-mating of three-d non-cylindrical elements with a 6 DOF manipulator, contemplating uncertainties in modeling, sensing and regulate. The middle of the proposed resolution is a reinforcement studying set of rules for choosing the activities that in achieving the objective within the minimal variety of steps. place and strength sensor values are encoded within the country of the approach via a neural community. Experimental effects are offered for the insertion of other elements – round, quadrangular and triangular prisms – in 3 dimensions. The approach shows strong generalization features for various shapes and placement of the assembled elements. those effects considerably expand many of the prior achievements in tremendous movement projects, which often version the robotic as a polygon translating within the airplane in a polygonal setting or don't current genuine applied prototypes.

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