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Iinverse kinematics problem
Hello!
Perhaps someone will be interested in this way of solving the inverse kinematics problem. This applies both to platforms and to manipulators with any number of links and any number of degrees of freedom.
The idea is to lead the kinematics of manipulators mathematically to the kinematics of link mechanisms with one degree of freedom. This is achieved by imposing additional geometric relationships to obtain unambiguous values of the control parameters of the direct problem.
Implemented in the
Maple
environment. More detailed information can be obtained from the links. The last reference to the universal method of kinematic analysis of spatial and planar link mechanisms with any number of degrees of freedom. Published in the applications center of
MapleSoft
.
https://www.mapleprimes.com/posts/208958-Determination-Of-The-Angles-Of-The-Manipulator
https://www.mapleprimes.com/posts/209255-The-Use-Of-Manipulators-As-Multiaxis
https://www.mapleprimes.com/posts/202821-Calculating-Linkage-Mechanisms#comment202349
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