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An Improved Adaptive Kinematics Jacobian Trajectory Tracking of a Serial Robot Passing Through Singular Configurations

By Ali Taqi Hasan, Hayder M.A.A.Al-Assadi and Ahmed Azlan Mat Isa

Published: August 12th 2010

DOI: 10.5772/10200

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Ali Taqi Hasan, Hayder M.A.A.Al-Assadi and Ahmed Azlan Mat Isa (August 12th 2010). An Improved Adaptive Kinematics Jacobian Trajectory Tracking of a Serial Robot Passing Through Singular Configurations, Advanced Strategies for Robot Manipulators S. Ehsan Shafiei, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/10200. Available from:

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