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The document discusses the mathematical structure of kinematic models for manipulators. It defines that a manipulator consists of rigid links connected by joints, with an arm for mobility, wrist for orientation, and end-effector for tasks. Degrees of freedom refer to independent movements in 3D space, with 6 total - 3 for translation and 3 for rotation. Kinematic modeling involves direct and inverse kinematics - direct finds end-effector position from joint parameters, inverse finds joint values for a given end-effector position. Denavit-Hartenberg notation assigns reference frames, and transformation matrices relate positions between adjacent links based on joint-link parameters to define the kinematic model.

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2. Homogeneous transformation matrices are used to represent frames, points, vectors and transformations in space.
3. Standard robot coordinate systems include Cartesian, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates. Forward and inverse kinematics equations are provided for position analysis in each system.

Trusses - engineeing mechanics

this PPT includes Definition
Classification Of Truss
Assumption Made In Analysis
Methods Of Analysis
Zero Force Member
procedure for analysis trusses using method of joint, ,procedure of method of section ,
graphical method, SPPU, Savitribai Phule pune university.

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to accommodate a variety of tasks such as grasping and manipulation of objects in the field of industrial
applications, service robots, and rehabilitation robots. The first step in realizing a fully functional of
anthropomorphic robotics Finger mechanisms is kinematic modeling. In this paper, a Kinematic Model of
Anthropomorphic robotics Finger mechanism is proposed based on the biological equivalent of human hand
where each links interconnect at the metacarpophalangeal (MCP), proximal interphalangeal (PIP) and distal
interphalangeal (DIP) joints respectively. The Kinematic modeling was carried out using Denavit Hartenburg
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This document provides an overview of analysis methods for statically determinate structures like trusses and frames. It defines trusses as structures composed of straight members connected at joints, with no members passing through joints. Simple trusses can be analyzed using the method of joints or method of sections to determine member forces. Space trusses and compound trusses consisting of multiple simple trusses are also discussed. Frames contain at least one member subject to multiple forces and may require considering each part as a separate rigid body. Sample problems demonstrate applying the various methods to solve for member forces and support reactions.

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DETC2015-46755

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Lecture notes on trusses

This document provides lecture notes on trusses and truss analysis. It defines a truss as consisting of straight members connected at joints, with no member continuous through a joint. Simple trusses follow the rule that the number of members m equals 2n-3, where n is the number of joints. The document describes two common methods for truss analysis: (1) the method of joints, which uses equilibrium equations at each joint to solve for member forces, and (2) the method of sections, which uses equilibrium of a portion of the truss cut out by a section. Sample problems demonstrate applying each method to determine member forces in specific trusses.

Robotics: 3D Movements

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Robot kinematics

This document discusses forward and inverse kinematics, including:
1. Forward kinematics determines the position of the robot hand given joint variables, while inverse kinematics calculates joint variables for a desired hand position.
2. Homogeneous transformation matrices are used to represent frames, points, vectors and transformations in space.
3. Standard robot coordinate systems include Cartesian, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates. Forward and inverse kinematics equations are provided for position analysis in each system.

Trusses - engineeing mechanics

this PPT includes Definition
Classification Of Truss
Assumption Made In Analysis
Methods Of Analysis
Zero Force Member
procedure for analysis trusses using method of joint, ,procedure of method of section ,
graphical method, SPPU, Savitribai Phule pune university.

Various Types of Triangulation Figure.

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Inverse of a matrix, Transpose Of Matrix, formation of sub-matrices.

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Kinematic Model of Anthropomorphic Robotics Finger Mechanisms

Kinematic Model of Anthropomorphic Robotics Finger Mechanisms

truses and frame

truses and frame

Elliptical trammel

Elliptical trammel

Chapter 3. velocity analysis (IC,GRAPHICAL AND RELATIVE VELOCITY METHOD)

Chapter 3. velocity analysis (IC,GRAPHICAL AND RELATIVE VELOCITY METHOD)

Review of structural analysis

Review of structural analysis

IRJET- Design and Fabrication of Elliptical Trammel

IRJET- Design and Fabrication of Elliptical Trammel

Design Analysis

Design Analysis

Robotics: Forward and Inverse Kinematics

Robotics: Forward and Inverse Kinematics

DETC2015-46755

DETC2015-46755

Trusses, frames & machines

Trusses, frames & machines

Module 2 instantenous center method

Module 2 instantenous center method

Positive Kinematics Analysis of 6-3 Stewart Platform Parallel Manipulator

Positive Kinematics Analysis of 6-3 Stewart Platform Parallel Manipulator

Relative velocity method, velocity & acceleration analysis of mechanism

Relative velocity method, velocity & acceleration analysis of mechanism

Robot kinematics

Robot kinematics

Lecture notes on trusses

Lecture notes on trusses

Robotics: 3D Movements

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Robot kinematics

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Trusses - engineeing mechanics

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Various Types of Triangulation Figure.

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Kinematic Model vs Dynamic Model

This document compares kinematic and dynamic models for robotics. The kinematic model studies robot motion without considering forces/torques, and can be used to determine end effector position from joint positions. The dynamic model relates joint torques to motion, and is important for analyzing a robot's dynamic behavior. Key differences include the kinematic model using Denavit-Hartenberg notation while dynamic models employ Lagrange-Euler and Newton-Euler formulations. Both models are essential for robot control and simulation.

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Kinematic joints for dynamic analysis of multi-body mechanical systems assumed ideal or perfect.
However, in a real mechanical kinematical joint clearance is always present. Such clearance is necessary for
the component assemblage and to allow the relative motion between the connected bodies. This clearance is
inevitable due to the manufacturing tolerances, material deformations, wear, and imperfections. The presence of
such joint clearance degrades the performance of mechanical systems in virtue of the contact and impact forces
that take place at the joint. Contact analysis is a computational bottleneck in mechanical design where the
contact changes. Manual analysis is time-consuming and prone to error. To address these problems, a
geometrical contact analysis method based on kinematic simulation, using CAD software is developed. An
equivalent kinematic linkage mechanism is constructed according to contact position of pin and hole assembly.
Results of kinematic and dynamic analysis of a four bar linkage with joint clearance shows that the contribution
of joint forces at slower input speed also degrades the performance of mechanism

Inverse Kinematics Analysis for Manipulator Robot with Wrist Offset Based On ...

This paper presents an algorithm to solve the inverse kinematics for a six degree of freedom (6 DOF) manipulator robot with wrist offset. This type of robot has a complex inverse kinematics, which needs a long time for such calculation. The proposed algorithm starts from find the wrist point by vectors computation then compute the first three joint angles and after that compute the wrist angles by analytic solution. This algorithm is tested for the TQ MA2000 manipulator robot as case study. The obtained results was compared with results of rotational vector algorithm where both algorithms have the same accuracy but the proposed algorithm saving round about 99.6% of the computation time required by the rotational vector algorithm, which leads to used this algorithm in real time robot control.

Research Inventy : International Journal of Engineering and Science

The document presents an adaptive tracking control method for a welding mobile manipulator. The mobile manipulator consists of a three-linked planar manipulator mounted on a two-wheeled mobile platform. Controllers are designed using Lyapunov stability analysis to guarantee the end-effector tracks a desired welding trajectory despite unknown dimensional parameters of the manipulator. Simulation and experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed adaptive controllers.

2A_ROBOT KINEMATICS.pptx

Kinematics is the study of how robotic manipulators move. It describes the relationship between actuator movement and resulting end effector motion. Understanding a robot's kinematics, including its number of joints, degrees of freedom, and how parts are connected, is necessary for controlling its movement. Forward kinematics determines the end effector position from joint angles, while inverse kinematics finds required joint angles for a given end effector position. Homogeneous transformations provide a general mathematical approach for solving kinematics equations using matrix algebra.

Insect inspired hexapod robot for terrain navigation

Abstract The aim of this paper is to build a sixlegged walking robot that is capable of basicmobility tasks such as walking forward, backward, rotating in place and raising orlowering the body height. The legs will be of a modular design and will have threedegrees of freedom each. This robot will serve as a platform onto which additionalsensory components could be added, or which could be programmed to performincreasingly complex motions. This report discusses the components that make up ourfinal design.In this paper we have selected ahexapod robot; we are focusing &developingmainly on efficient navigation method indifferent terrain using opposite gait of locomotion, which will make it faster and at sametime energy efficient to navigate and negotiate difficult terrain.This paper discuss the Features, development, and implementation of the Hexapod robot Index Terms:Biologically inspired, Gait Generation,Legged hexapod, Navigation.

Kinematics Analysis of Parallel Mechanism Based on Force Feedback Device

Kinematic analysis of mechanism is the fundamental work of force feedback device research.The
composition of Delta mechanism based on Omega.7 force feedback device was illustrated in this paper.The
kinematic loop equations of Delta mechanism was established according to its geometric relationship,also the
inverse kinematics solution of Delta mechanism were obtained. And the numerical forward kinematics were
calculated by Newton iteration algorithm.Finally,The analysis of velocity and acceleration was carried out
through matrix operations.Kinematic analysis of Delta mechanism provides a theoretical basis for following
study.

Manipulator kinematics

1. The document discusses forward kinematics of robot manipulators. It defines key concepts like links, joints, Denavit-Hartenberg parameters, and homogeneous transformation matrices.
2. The forward kinematics problem is solved by assigning coordinate frames to each link and determining the transformation between frames using link variables and homogeneous transformations.
3. The position and orientation of the end effector is determined by multiplying the homogeneous transformation matrices representing each link transformation.

Wang1998

The document presents a new approach for dynamic analysis of parallel manipulators based on the principle of virtual work. It illustrates the approach using a simple 4-bar linkage example, calculating the inertial forces and moments, virtual displacements, and input torque. It then generalizes the approach for dynamic analysis of a 6 degree-of-freedom parallel manipulator like a Gough-Stewart platform. The approach leads to faster computation than traditional Newton-Euler methods by not requiring calculation of constraint forces between links.

The International Journal of Engineering and Science (The IJES)

The International Journal of Engineering & Science is aimed at providing a platform for researchers, engineers, scientists, or educators to publish their original research results, to exchange new ideas, to disseminate information in innovative designs, engineering experiences and technological skills. It is also the Journal's objective to promote engineering and technology education. All papers submitted to the Journal will be blind peer-reviewed. Only original articles will be published.

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This document describes the development of a virtual software package to model and test the kinematics of a 5 degree of freedom robot lever arm using MATLAB. It discusses using the Denavit-Hartenberg convention to define the coordinate frames and transformations between frames. The forward and inverse kinematics of the robot arm are analyzed to determine the position and orientation of the end effector given the joint angles or to calculate the required joint angles to reach a desired end effector pose. MATLAB is used to model the kinematic link diagram and apply the homogeneous transformation matrices between frames to simulate the motion of the robot arm.

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This document describes the development of a virtual software package to model and test the kinematics of a 5 degree of freedom robot lever arm using MATLAB. It discusses using the Denavit-Hartenberg convention to define the coordinate frames and homogeneous transformation matrices between frames to calculate the forward and inverse kinematics. The modeling process in MATLAB is described, including defining the link diagram and using composite homogeneous transformations to determine the position and orientation of the end effector given the joint angles or to calculate the required joint angles to reach a desired end effector pose.

ADVANCEMENT AND STIMULATION OF FIVE DEGREE OF FREEDOM ROBOT LEVER ARM

In this article the development of virtual software package, where a Robot Lever arm has been taken as a case study. MATLAB will be used for testing motional kinematics. It has adopted the design methodology as a tool for analyzing characteristics of the Robot lever arm. Moreover, the model
analysis is carried in order to analyze through kinematics and testing the virtual arm by comparing between the approaches applied to the arm in terms of kinematics.

Kinematics Modeling of a 4-DOF Robotic Arm

This work presents the kinematics model of an RA-
02 (a 4 DOF) robotic arm. The direct kinematic problem is
addressed using both the Denavit-Hartenberg (DH) convention
and the product of exponential formula, which is based on the
screw theory. By comparing the results of both approaches, it
turns out that they provide identical solutions for the
manipulator kinematics. Furthermore, an algebraic solution of
the inverse kinematics problem based on trigonometric
formulas is also provided. Finally, simulation results for the
kinematics model using the Matlab program based on the DH
convention are presented. Since the two approaches are
identical, the product of exponential formula is supposed to
produce same simulation results on the robotic arm studied.
Keywords-Robotics; DH convention; product of exponentials;
kinematics; simulations

11 kinematicsrobot

1. Robot kinematics is the analytical study of robot motion without considering forces or moments. It involves representing a robot as a series of rigid links connected by joints and determining the relationship between joint positions and the end effector position and orientation.
2. There are two main kinematic tasks: direct kinematics, which determines the end effector pose given joint positions, and inverse kinematics, which determines required joint positions to achieve a desired end effector pose.
3. Direct kinematics involves matrix multiplications to transform between reference frames. Inverse kinematics is more difficult and involves solving nonlinear equations, which may have multiple or no solutions. Simplifications like decoupling subproblems can help.

Kinematic Model vs Dynamic Model

Kinematic Model vs Dynamic Model

RMV Mechanics

RMV Mechanics

Robot2L_IEEE00493506

Robot2L_IEEE00493506

Jacobian | velocity and static forces

Jacobian | velocity and static forces

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Influence of joint clearance on kinematic and dynamic parameters of mechanism

Influence of joint clearance on kinematic and dynamic parameters of mechanism

Inverse Kinematics Analysis for Manipulator Robot with Wrist Offset Based On ...

Inverse Kinematics Analysis for Manipulator Robot with Wrist Offset Based On ...

Research Inventy : International Journal of Engineering and Science

Research Inventy : International Journal of Engineering and Science

2A_ROBOT KINEMATICS.pptx

2A_ROBOT KINEMATICS.pptx

Insect inspired hexapod robot for terrain navigation

Insect inspired hexapod robot for terrain navigation

Kinematics Analysis of Parallel Mechanism Based on Force Feedback Device

Kinematics Analysis of Parallel Mechanism Based on Force Feedback Device

Manipulator kinematics

Manipulator kinematics

Wang1998

Wang1998

The International Journal of Engineering and Science (The IJES)

The International Journal of Engineering and Science (The IJES)

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ADVANCEMENT AND STIMULATION OF FIVE DEGREE OF FREEDOM ROBOT LEVER ARM

ADVANCEMENT AND STIMULATION OF FIVE DEGREE OF FREEDOM ROBOT LEVER ARM

Kinematics Modeling of a 4-DOF Robotic Arm

Kinematics Modeling of a 4-DOF Robotic Arm

11 kinematicsrobot

11 kinematicsrobot

Generative AI leverages algorithms to create various forms of content

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Virtualization: A Key to Efficient Cloud Computing

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Automating the Cloud: A Deep Dive into Virtual Machine Provisioning

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Scheduling in Cloud Computing

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Cloud-Case study

This document provides a template for submitting case studies to a case study compendium on cloud computing solutions. The template requests information on the customer organization, industry, location, the cloud solution provider, area of application of the cloud solution, challenges addressed, objectives, timeline of implementation, solution approach, challenges during implementation, benefits to the customer, innovation enabled, partnerships involved, and a customer testimonial. It requests details on the cloud solution type (IaaS, PaaS, or SaaS), quantitative and qualitative benefits realized by the customer, and how the solution helped boost innovation. Contact details of the submitter are also requested. The focus is on how cloud platforms and solutions enabled customer enterprises to innovate and

RAID

RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) uses multiple hard disks or solid-state drives to protect data by storing it across the drives in a way that if one drive fails, the data can still be accessed from the other drives. There are different RAID levels that provide varying levels of data protection and performance. A RAID controller manages the drives in an array, presenting them as a single logical drive and improving performance and reliability. Common RAID levels include RAID 0 for performance without redundancy, RAID 1 for disk mirroring, and RAID 5 for striping with parity data distributed across drives. [/SUMMARY]

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Cloud load balancing distributes workloads and network traffic across computing resources in a cloud environment to improve performance and availability. It routes incoming traffic to multiple servers or other resources while balancing the load. Load balancing in the cloud is typically software-based and offers benefits like scalability, reliability, reduced costs, and flexibility compared to traditional hardware-based load balancing. Common cloud providers like AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure offer multiple load balancing options that vary based on needs and network layers.

Cluster Computing

A computer cluster is a set of computers that work together so that they can be viewed as a single system.

ITU-T requirement for cloud and cloud deployment model

List and explain the functional requirements for networking as per the ITU-T technical report. List and explain cloud deployment models and list relative strengths and weaknesses of the deployment models with neat diagram.

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Leetcode Problem Solution

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Trie Data Structure

Trie Data Structure
LINK: https://leetcode.com/tag/trie/
Easy:
1. Longest Word in Dictionary
Medium:
1. Count Substrings That Differ by One Character
2. Replace Words
3. Top K Frequent Words
4. Maximum XOR of Two Numbers in an Array
5. Map Sum Pairs
Hard:
1. Concatenated Words
2. Word Search II

Reviewing basic concepts of relational database

The document discusses the basics of relational databases. It defines what a database is, the advantages it provides over file-based data storage, and some disadvantages. It also covers relational database concepts like tables, records, fields, keys, and normalization. The document explains how to design a relational database by determining the purpose and entities, modeling relationships with E-R diagrams, and following steps to normalize the data.

Reviewing SQL Concepts

https://youtu.be/0l83FZfrerg
What is SQL?
What Can SQL do?
SQL Syntax
Semicolon after SQL Statements?

Advanced database protocols

https://youtu.be/yP14a2Qzx8c
DATABASE PROTOCOLS OVERVIEW
Oracle Two-Tier
Two-Tier and Three-Tier Computing Models

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This document discusses how wireless sensor networks (WSNs) can be used in smart city applications. It first defines WSNs as self-configured, infrastructure-less networks that use sensors to monitor conditions like temperature, sound, and pollution. It then discusses how WSNs can influence lifestyle by enabling applications in areas like healthcare, transportation, the environment and more. Finally, it discusses how WSNs are a primary strength for smart cities by allowing remote and cost-effective monitoring of infrastructure and resources across applications like smart water, smart grid, and smart transportation.

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The document provides an overview and syllabus for a course on fundamentals of data structures. It covers topics such as linear and non-linear data structures including arrays, stacks, queues, linked lists, trees and graphs. It describes various data types in C like integers, floating-point numbers, characters and enumerated types. It also discusses operations on different data structures and analyzing algorithm complexity.

WORKING WITH FILE AND PIPELINE PARAMETER BINDING

EXPORTING USER INFORMATION TO A FILE
SEND OUTPUT CONSISTING OF PIPELINE DATA
PREDICTING PIPELINE BEHAVIOR

Generative AI leverages algorithms to create various forms of content

Generative AI leverages algorithms to create various forms of content

Virtualization: A Key to Efficient Cloud Computing

Virtualization: A Key to Efficient Cloud Computing

Automating the Cloud: A Deep Dive into Virtual Machine Provisioning

Automating the Cloud: A Deep Dive into Virtual Machine Provisioning

Harnessing the Power of Google Cloud Platform: Strategies and Applications

Harnessing the Power of Google Cloud Platform: Strategies and Applications

Scheduling in Cloud Computing

Scheduling in Cloud Computing

Cloud-Case study

Cloud-Case study

RAID

RAID

Load balancing in cloud computing.pptx

Load balancing in cloud computing.pptx

Cluster Computing

Cluster Computing

ITU-T requirement for cloud and cloud deployment model

ITU-T requirement for cloud and cloud deployment model

Leetcode Problem Solution

Leetcode Problem Solution

Leetcode Problem Solution

Leetcode Problem Solution

Trie Data Structure

Trie Data Structure

Reviewing basic concepts of relational database

Reviewing basic concepts of relational database

Reviewing SQL Concepts

Reviewing SQL Concepts

Advanced database protocols

Advanced database protocols

Measures of query cost

Measures of query cost

Involvement of WSN in Smart Cities

Involvement of WSN in Smart Cities

Data Structure and its Fundamentals

Data Structure and its Fundamentals

WORKING WITH FILE AND PIPELINE PARAMETER BINDING

WORKING WITH FILE AND PIPELINE PARAMETER BINDING

Engineering Drawings Lecture Detail Drawings 2014.pdf

Paul Briozzo engineering drawings lecture

2008 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Illustrated - Ching Chapter 02 The Building.pdf

2008 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Illustrated - Ching Chapter 02 The Building

NATURAL DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENTS AS ANTI-FREEZING AGENT

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Engine Lubrication performance System.pdf

This is the best summary for oil in engine

Embedded machine learning-based road conditions and driving behavior monitoring

Car accident rates have increased in recent years, resulting in losses in human lives, properties, and other financial costs. An embedded machine learning-based system is developed to address this critical issue. The system can monitor road conditions, detect driving patterns, and identify aggressive driving behaviors. The system is based on neural networks trained on a comprehensive dataset of driving events, driving styles, and road conditions. The system effectively detects potential risks and helps mitigate the frequency and impact of accidents. The primary goal is to ensure the safety of drivers and vehicles. Collecting data involved gathering information on three key road events: normal street and normal drive, speed bumps, circular yellow speed bumps, and three aggressive driving actions: sudden start, sudden stop, and sudden entry. The gathered data is processed and analyzed using a machine learning system designed for limited power and memory devices. The developed system resulted in 91.9% accuracy, 93.6% precision, and 92% recall. The achieved inference time on an Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense with a 32-bit CPU running at 64 MHz is 34 ms and requires 2.6 kB peak RAM and 139.9 kB program flash memory, making it suitable for resource-constrained embedded systems.

Comparative analysis between traditional aquaponics and reconstructed aquapon...

The aquaponic system of planting is a method that does not require soil usage. It is a method that only needs water, fish, lava rocks (a substitute for soil), and plants. Aquaponic systems are sustainable and environmentally friendly. Its use not only helps to plant in small spaces but also helps reduce artificial chemical use and minimizes excess water use, as aquaponics consumes 90% less water than soil-based gardening. The study applied a descriptive and experimental design to assess and compare conventional and reconstructed aquaponic methods for reproducing tomatoes. The researchers created an observation checklist to determine the significant factors of the study. The study aims to determine the significant difference between traditional aquaponics and reconstructed aquaponics systems propagating tomatoes in terms of height, weight, girth, and number of fruits. The reconstructed aquaponics system’s higher growth yield results in a much more nourished crop than the traditional aquaponics system. It is superior in its number of fruits, height, weight, and girth measurement. Moreover, the reconstructed aquaponics system is proven to eliminate all the hindrances present in the traditional aquaponics system, which are overcrowding of fish, algae growth, pest problems, contaminated water, and dead fish.

KuberTENes Birthday Bash Guadalajara - K8sGPT first impressions

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Optimizing Gradle Builds - Gradle DPE Tour Berlin 2024

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Electric vehicle and photovoltaic advanced roles in enhancing the financial p...

Climate change's impact on the planet forced the United Nations and governments to promote green energies and electric transportation. The deployments of photovoltaic (PV) and electric vehicle (EV) systems gained stronger momentum due to their numerous advantages over fossil fuel types. The advantages go beyond sustainability to reach financial support and stability. The work in this paper introduces the hybrid system between PV and EV to support industrial and commercial plants. This paper covers the theoretical framework of the proposed hybrid system including the required equation to complete the cost analysis when PV and EV are present. In addition, the proposed design diagram which sets the priorities and requirements of the system is presented. The proposed approach allows setup to advance their power stability, especially during power outages. The presented information supports researchers and plant owners to complete the necessary analysis while promoting the deployment of clean energy. The result of a case study that represents a dairy milk farmer supports the theoretical works and highlights its advanced benefits to existing plants. The short return on investment of the proposed approach supports the paper's novelty approach for the sustainable electrical system. In addition, the proposed system allows for an isolated power setup without the need for a transmission line which enhances the safety of the electrical network

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Use PyCharm for remote debugging of WSL on a Windo cf5c162d672e4e58b4dde5d797...

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Finally, the document concludes by providing a link to a reference blog. This blog offers additional information and guidance on configuring the remote Python interpreter in PyCharm, providing the reader with a well-rounded understanding of the process.

Harnessing WebAssembly for Real-time Stateless Streaming Pipelines

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The Python for beginners. This is an advance computer language.

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IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society as a Graduate Student Member

IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society as a Graduate Student Member

Introduction to AI Safety (public presentation).pptx

Introduction to AI Safety

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Engineering Drawings Lecture Detail Drawings 2014.pdf

Engineering Drawings Lecture Detail Drawings 2014.pdf

2008 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Illustrated - Ching Chapter 02 The Building.pdf

2008 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Illustrated - Ching Chapter 02 The Building.pdf

NATURAL DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENTS AS ANTI-FREEZING AGENT

NATURAL DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENTS AS ANTI-FREEZING AGENT

Engine Lubrication performance System.pdf

Engine Lubrication performance System.pdf

Embedded machine learning-based road conditions and driving behavior monitoring

Embedded machine learning-based road conditions and driving behavior monitoring

Comparative analysis between traditional aquaponics and reconstructed aquapon...

Comparative analysis between traditional aquaponics and reconstructed aquapon...

KuberTENes Birthday Bash Guadalajara - K8sGPT first impressions

KuberTENes Birthday Bash Guadalajara - K8sGPT first impressions

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Optimizing Gradle Builds - Gradle DPE Tour Berlin 2024

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- 1. Mathematical Structure of Kinematic Model Hitesh Mohapatra https://www.linkedin.com/in/hiteshmohapatra/
- 2. Manipulator The mechanical structure of a manipulator consists of rigid bodies (links) connected by means of joints, is segmented into an arm that ensures mobility and reachability, a wrist that confers orientation and an end-effectors that performs the required task.
- 4. Degrees of Freedom The number of independent movements that an object can perform in 3-D space. A rigid body free in space has six degrees of freedom – 3 translations (T1, T2, T3), representing linear motions along three perpendicular axes, specify the position of the body in space. 3 rotations (R1, R2, R3), which represent angular motions about three axes, specify the orientation of the body in space. NOTE: THE DEGREE OF FREEDOM OF A KINEMATIC CHAIN IS EQUAL TO THE NUMBER OF JOINTS IN THE CHAIN
- 5. Frames
- 6. Mapping Changing the description of a point in space from one frame to another frame. There are three possibilities: 1. MAPPING BETWEEN ROTATED FRAME S 2. MAPPING BETWEEN TRANSLATED FRAMES 3. MAPPING BETWEEN ROTATED AND TRANSLATED FRAMES
- 7. Mapping between Rotated frames
- 8. Mapping between Translated frames O1P =O1O2 + O2P =>1P = 2P+ 1D2
- 9. Mapping between Rotated and Translated frames
- 10. Kinematic Model (Introduction) Kinematics is the study of the robot’s movements with regard to a reference system. To program the tool motion and joint-link motions, a mathematical model of the manipulator is required. The relation between the joint-variables and the position and orientation of the end-effector is the kinematic model. Kinematic model is represented by the Homogeneous Transformation Matrix.
- 11. Joint-Link parameters Link Parameters: Link length & Link Twist Joint Parameters: Joint Distance & Joint Angle
- 12. Direct & Inverse Kinematics Kinematic modelling is split into two problems: Direct Kinematics: This model gives the positions and orientation of the end-effector as a function of the joint-link parameters Inverse Kinematics: For a given position and orientation of the end- effector, it is required to find a set of joint-variables that would bring the end-effector in the specified position and orientation.
- 14. Kinematic Relationship b/w adjacent links
- 15. Manipulator Transformation Matrix The above equation is a function of the joint-link parameters. This equation is called the Kinematic model.