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Dynamics and Motion of a Six Degree of Freedom Robot Manipulator

@inproceedings{Mondragn2012DynamicsAM,
  title={Dynamics and Motion of a Six Degree of Freedom Robot Manipulator},
  author={Carlos Mondrag{\'o}n},
  year={2012}
}
In this thesis, a strategy to accomplish pick-and-place operations using a six degree-offreedom (DOF) robotic arm attached to a wheeled mobile robot is presented. This research work is part of a bigger project in developing a robotic-assisted nursing to be used in medical settings. The significance of this project relies on the increasing demand for elderly and disabled skilled care assistance which nowadays has become insufficient. Strong efforts have been made to incorporate technology to… 

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