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th 2 and the second has length 1 The forward kinematic problem We see that the robotâ„¢s arm can move in the hole space, which is actually a sphere The equation of a sphere is: X2 + y2 + z2= r2; The two equations that describe the previous spheres X2 + y2 = 22 (u â€œ x)2 + (v â€œ y)2 + (w â€œ z)2 = 1 Does this system of polynomial equations have real solutions If yes then: How to solve this system of polynomial equations Difficult! Groebner Basis is the tool we can use. The Groebner Basis can help us solve the problem whether the robot can reach a certain point wi.................. [:=> Show Contents <=:] |

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