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Book Chapter: Chapter 6
This video introduces the inverse kinematics problem–finding a set of joint positions that yield a desired end-effector configuration–as well as two ways of solving the problem: analytically and by an iterative numerical method.
This video introduces the Newton-Raphson root-finding method for numerical inverse kinematics. The end-effector configuration is represented by a minimum set of coordinates. Representation of the end-effector configuration as a transformation matrix is covered in the next video.
This video applies the Newton-Raphson root-finding method for numerical inverse kinematics when the end-effector configuration is represented as a transformation matrix.