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N. Mahyuddin, G. G. e characteristic of a ﬁltered signal can be found in [21]. This also implies that, W (t) > I where > 0 for t ≥ T˜a . We can further show that for t ≥ T˜a : V˙ (t) ≤ −rT kr r − σ(Ω1 ) ˜ − σ(Ω2 ) Θ 2 ˜ Θ 2 (48) where σ(·), σ ¯ (·) denote the minimum and maximum singular values for a matrix. ˜ → 0. Hence, the paramThis implies at least exponential convergence of (r, Θ) ˜ eter estimation error Θ enters a compact set around zero in ﬁnite-time. At this ˜ T Γ −1 Θ ˜ as follows, expense, we can now analyse, VΘ = 12 Θ ˜ T Γ −1 Θ ˜˙ V˙ Θ˜ = Θ ˜ T φ(q, q, ˜ T Ω1 W (t) = −Θ ˙ u, u)r+ ˙ Θ ˆ W (t)Θ−N (t) ˆ W (t)Θ−N (t) ˜ T Ω2 W (t)(W (t)Θ ˆ −N (t)) +Θ (49) Taking the upper bounds, ˜ − σ(Ω1 ) W (t)Θ ˜ − σ(Ω2 ) W (t)Θ ˜ V˙ Θ˜ ≤ φ m r Θ 2 ˜ 2 ˜ ≤ [ φ m r − σ(Ω1 ) ] Θ − σ(Ω2 ) Θ 2 (50) where φ m denotes the upperbound of the regressor φ(q, q, ˙ u, u).

1 NaoYARP can be used freely under the GNU General Public Licence. com/cbm/NaoYARP. S. Dahl and A. Paraschos (a) (b) Fig. 4. Figure 4a presents the distance the stimulation point on the robot surface is moved away from the point in space where the stimulation took place. Each bar represents the mean distance for 81 diﬀerent starting poses. Figure 4b presents the average number of motions that produce potential self-collisions, considering only motions that start from non-collision points, (a), and motions that start from both collision and non-collision starting points, (b).

G. e characteristic of a ﬁltered signal can be found in [21]. This also implies that, W (t) > I where > 0 for t ≥ T˜a . We can further show that for t ≥ T˜a : V˙ (t) ≤ −rT kr r − σ(Ω1 ) ˜ − σ(Ω2 ) Θ 2 ˜ Θ 2 (48) where σ(·), σ ¯ (·) denote the minimum and maximum singular values for a matrix. ˜ → 0. Hence, the paramThis implies at least exponential convergence of (r, Θ) ˜ eter estimation error Θ enters a compact set around zero in ﬁnite-time. At this ˜ T Γ −1 Θ ˜ as follows, expense, we can now analyse, VΘ = 12 Θ ˜ T Γ −1 Θ ˜˙ V˙ Θ˜ = Θ ˜ T φ(q, q, ˜ T Ω1 W (t) = −Θ ˙ u, u)r+ ˙ Θ ˆ W (t)Θ−N (t) ˆ W (t)Θ−N (t) ˜ T Ω2 W (t)(W (t)Θ ˆ −N (t)) +Θ (49) Taking the upper bounds, ˜ − σ(Ω1 ) W (t)Θ ˜ − σ(Ω2 ) W (t)Θ ˜ V˙ Θ˜ ≤ φ m r Θ 2 ˜ 2 ˜ ≤ [ φ m r − σ(Ω1 ) ] Θ − σ(Ω2 ) Θ 2 (50) where φ m denotes the upperbound of the regressor φ(q, q, ˙ u, u).