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Ton Van Den Bogert
05-13-1994, 01:31 AM
Dear Biomch-L readers,

The following message appeared on Usenet last week. As far as I
know, Maple is a software environment for symbolic algebra
(similar to Mathematica) which was developed by the University
of Waterloo.

-- Ton van den Bogert
Human Performance Laboratory
University of Calgary

>From: wheegr@saturn.wwc.edu (GRAHAM THOMAS CHARLES WHEELER)
>Newsgroups: sci.engr.mech
>Subject: Here's DynEqn/o Motion for ANY robot (Maple)
>Date: Tue, 10 May 1994 03:22:50 GMT
>Organization: Walla Walla College

THE NEWTON EULER DYNAMIC EQUATIONS OF MOTION

A maple file which implements the newton EULER Dynamic Equations
of motion has been posted to the following sight. Given the Denivit
Hartenburg parameters and initial conditions of a robot all dynamic
equations of motion are solved for symbolically. Happy modeling!

AT: shasta.wwc.edu {Walla Walla College}
in /pub/incoming

For those not familiar with FTP here is a brief description of how
to get a file. At your DOS or UNIX prompt type:

prompt> FTP shasta.wwc.edu

At the Username prompt type "FTP" and then for your password
enter your email address (myname@myserver.somewhere.net)

Then type

cd /pub/incoming