Fundamentals of Robotic Mechanical Systems: Theory, Methods, and Algorithms, ISSN 0941-5122, Jorge Angeles, Springer, 2007, 0387345809, 9780387345802, 576 pages. 1. An Overview of Robotic Mechanical Systems * 2. Mathematical Background * 3. Fundamentals of Rigid-Body Mechanics * 4. Kinetostatics of Simple Robotic Manipulators * 5. Trajectory Planning: Pick-and-Place Operations * 6. Dynamics of Serial Robotic Manipulators * 7. Special Topics in Rigid-Body Kinematics * 8..

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Fundamentals of Robotic Mechanical Systems: Theory, Methods, and Algorithms, ISSN 0941-5122,
Jorge Angeles, Springer, 2007, 0387345809, 9780387345802, 576 pages. 1. An Overview of
Robotic Mechanical Systems * 2. Mathematical Background * 3. Fundamentals of Rigid-Body
Mechanics * 4. Kinetostatics of Simple Robotic Manipulators * 5. Trajectory Planning:
Pick-and-Place Operations * 6. Dynamics of Serial Robotic Manipulators * 7. Special Topics in
Rigid-Body Kinematics * 8..
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1. An Overview of Robotic Mechanical Systems * 2. Mathematical Background * 3. Fundamentals of
Rigid-Body Mechanics * 4. Kinetostatics of Simple Robotic Manipulators * 5. Trajectory Planning:
Pick-and-Place Operations * 6. Dynamics of Serial Robotic Manipulators * 7. Special Topics in
Rigid-Body Kinematics * 8.
3-dimensional vector acceleration actuated joint algorithm angle angular velocity apparent
architecture array axes axis calculated Cartesian Chapter coefficients components computed
condition number configuration constraints coordinate frame defined denoted derived determined
dynamics eigenvalues end-effector entries Euler-Lagrange equations Euler-Rodrigues parameters
example expression Figure foregoing equation function Furthermore geometric given hence identical
inertia intersection introduced invariants inverse kinematics isotropic Jacobian matrix joint rates joint
variables joint-rate kinematic pairs linear manipulator of Fig mass center Moreover motion
multiplications namely Newton-Euler nullspace operation point orientation orthogonal orthogonal
matrix overdetermined system parallel manipulators planar plane platform polynomial pose position
vector posture problem readily relation respect revolute right-hand side rigid body robotic
mechanical systems rolling robot rotation matrix scalar equations Section serial manipulators shown
in Fig singular skew-symmetric solution solve spherical spline Subsection Theorem time-derivatives
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Modern robotics dates from the late 1960s, when progress in the development of microprocessors
made possible the computer control of a multiaxial manipulator. Since then, robotics has evolved to
connect with many branches of science and engineering, and to encompass such diverse fields as
computer vision, artificial intelligence, and speech recognition. This book deals with robots-such as
remote manipulators, multifingered hands, walking machines, flight simulators, and machine
tools-that rely on mechanical systems to perform their tasks. It aims to establish the foundations on
which the design, control and implementation of the underlying mechanical systems are based. The
treatment assumes familiarity with some calculus, linear algebra, and elementary mechanics;
however, the elements of rigid-body mechanics and of linear transformations are reviewed in the
first chapters, making the presentation self-contained. An extensive set of exercises is included.
Topics covered include: kinematics and dynamics of serial manipulators with decoupled
architectures; trajectory planning; determination of the angular velocity and angular acceleration of a
rigid body from point data; inverse and direct kinematics manipulators; dynamics of general parallel
manipulators of the platform type; and the kinematics and dynamics of rolling robots. Since the
publication of the previous edition there have been numerous advances in both the applications of
robotics (including in laprascopy, haptics, manufacturing, and most notably space exploration) as
well as in the theoretical aspects (for example, the proof that Husty's 40th-degree polynomial is
indeed minimal - mentioned as an open question in the previous edition). This new edition has been
revised and updated throughout to include these new