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Featherstone, Rigid Body Dynamics Algorithms, Springer US, Boston, MA, USA, 2008.
By exploiting the rigid body dynamics of systems, it could theoretically outperform high-speed industrial manipulators while providing the grounds for new types of service-oriented applications that require contact.
Stewart, "Time-stepping for three-dimensional rigid body dynamics," Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, vol.
Along these lines, in order to maintain rigid body dynamics, we judiciously set the maximum frequency of oscillation to 1 Hz, which reduces the probability of component "slop" adding one or more degrees of freedom (DOFs) to the system.