## ProceedingsIEEE Computer Society Press, 2003 - Artificial intelligence |

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In this case , the Young

balance of the forces acting on the interface : hence angles less than 90° are

decreased by roughness , while if O is greater than 90° , the angle increases . It

must ...

In this case , the Young

**equation**can be written immediately by considering thebalance of the forces acting on the interface : hence angles less than 90° are

decreased by roughness , while if O is greater than 90° , the angle increases . It

must ...

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Ic + bc = að ( 6 ) ma ? o = af Next formula is substituted

( 7 ) and second order derivation of

addition , from

mg ...

Ic + bc = að ( 6 ) ma ? o = af Next formula is substituted

**Equation**( 3 ) for**Equation**( 7 ) and second order derivation of

**Equation**( 6 ) . je = ( g sin 0c + 0 . Ic ) Inaddition , from

**Equation**( 4 ) , normal force N is written as N = 2micic + möcfc –mg ...

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Finally , the following

required torque array cannot be obtained with ...

the frame torque given by spring 1 minus the frame torque given by spring 2 and

the ...

Finally , the following

**equations**are obtained for the overall wrist : ( 11 ) If therequired torque array cannot be obtained with ...

**Equation**( 5 ) is composed ofthe frame torque given by spring 1 minus the frame torque given by spring 2 and

the ...

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