nonholonomic system

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nonholonomic system

[¦nän‚häl·ə′näm·ik ′sis·təm]
(mechanics)
A system of particles which is subjected to constraints of such a nature that the system cannot be described by independent coordinates; examples are a rolling hoop, or an ice skate which must point along its path.
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The general way to include spinors in spacetime is to use a nonholonomic tetrad structure and keep the algebra the same in each such defined space.
In a leader/follower formation, the lead robot is controlled through a nonholonomic system, meaning that the trajectory is set in advance, and the followers are tracing the same pattern that the leader takes by using sonar.
In [7], a control design of a nonholonomic mobile robot with a differential drive is presented.
Udriste: Nonholonomic approach of multitime maximum principle, Balkan J.
For r [less than or equal to] 3, exact coordinate formulae are known, for general order r we recall several results concerning transformations of nonholonomic, semiholonomic, and holonomic jet functors and their combinations.
4: Feedback Control of a Nonholonomic Car-like Robot, Editor: Laumond, 1998
Nonholonomic mechanics and control, Springer-Verlag.
Although nonholonomic method [5] releases temporal constrains on outputs, whitening effect can not be avoided radically.
to systems in mechanics with nonholonomic constraints, is briefly discussed as well.
After describing the current "teach-and-repeat" approach and its simple, reliable but limited capacity, they describe a host of new ideas such as following nature, using camera space kinematics, supervising through point-and-click, developing holonomic robot kinematics, extending teach-and-repeat to nonholonomic robots, using mobile camera-space manipulation to realize maneuver objectives in the reference frames of moving cameras, and, you guessed it, using the Internet.
Motion Planning for Robots with Nonholonomic Constraints.