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Beyond Pick-and-Place: Tackling Robotic Stacking of Diverse Shapes

Lots of learning algorithms have been created to solve robot manipulation problems (such as robotic stacking) with a large and diverse set of objects. However, most of them focused on tasks like grasping that do not typically require complex inter-object contact dynamics. An industrial robot. Machines like this are used to perform robotic stacking operations in a variety of industrial ...

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