Understanding Multi-Modal Perception Using Behavioral Cloning for Peg-In-a-Hole Insertion Tasks

One of the main challenges in peg-in-a-hole (PiH) insertion tasks is in handling the uncertainty in the location of the target hole. In order to address it, high-dimensional sensor inputs from sensor modalities such as vision, force/torque sensing, and proprioception can be combined to learn control policies that are robust to this uncertainty in the target pose... (read more)

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