Differential Kinematic Analysis of General 6R Robot Manipulators Without the Inverse of Jacobian Matrix
The iterative solution of inverse problem or determination of velocities and accelerations of the general 6R robot manipulator need the inverse of Jacobian matrix. A new solution of these problems without the inverse of Jacobian matrix has been developed and other possible solution has been investigated.
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