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Old Dec 11th 2017, 09:35 AM   #1
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Inverse Kinematics

Is some able to give me a clue for parts 2 and 3?

Discuss the meaning of the following possibilities when you are solving the inverse
kinematics equation of a robot analytically.
(a) The solution for an angle is a complex/imaginary number. Robot cannot reach destination
(b) You donít get an equation for one of the angles. Angle is infinite or a rotational joint?
(c) The only equation you get for an angle at the end of your analytical solution to the
inverse is of the form cos(θi)=cos(θi)?
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