C*-algebras and W*-algebras (Ergebnisse der Mathematik und by Shoichiro Sakai
By Shoichiro Sakai
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1. Where is the endpoint then? The mathematical expression for calculating the thumb endpoint coordinates for any set of joint angles is quite complicated, and even difficult to calculate by inspection. However, we are able to calculate the endpoint position in relation to a base frame in a systematic way if we use homogeneous transformations. Appendix A provides a brief introduction to these tools. It is imperative that you read it before continuing if you have not worked with the fundamentals of linear algebra or robot kinematics recently.
This will make the presentation of concepts easier to describe and illustrate. In the case of a planar 2-link, 2-joint system as in Fig. 32) As shown in Eq. 32, and graphically in Fig. ). If there are simultaneous angular velocities at both joints, their instantaneous effects at the endpoint simply add linearly. The last row says that the angular velocity of the endpoint is simply the sum of the angular velocity at each joint. 1550 1 x 23 Endpoint velocity direction produced by each joint’s positive angular velocity y x Right column Fig.
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