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JavaScript™ by Example

JavaScript™ by Example By Ellie Quigley Publisher : Prentice Hall Pub Date : June 19, 2003 ISBN : 0-13-140162-9 Pages : 752
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Arm Navigation using MoveIt!.................................................................251 11.1 Do I Need a Real Robot with a Real Arm?.....................................................252 11.2 Degrees of Freedom.......................................................................................252 11.3 Joint Types.....................................................................................................253 11.4 Joint Trajectories and the Joint Trajectory Action Controller.........................254 11.5 Forward and Inverse Arm Kinematics............................................................257 11.6 Numerical versus Analytic Inverse Kinematics..............................................258 11.7 The MoveIt! 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