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NONCOMMENSURATE SYSTEMS IN ROBOTICS

@inproceedings{Schwartz2014NONCOMMENSURATESI,
  title={NONCOMMENSURATE SYSTEMS IN ROBOTICS},
  author={E. Schwartz and R. Manseur and K. Doty},
  year={2014}
}
In certain areas of science and technology, physical quantities of difierent natures are combined in a variety of involved mathematical processes that obscure the interaction of these physical units and sometimes lead to unreliable results. Noncommensurate systems are those in which either the input vector or the output vector contains elements with difierent physical units. An example is the control of robot manipulators where position with units of distance and orientation with units of angle… Expand

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