Chapter 4
The Conguration Space
Steven M. LaValle
University of Illinois
Copyright Steven M. LaValle 2006
Available for downloading at http:/planning.cs.uiuc.edu/
Published by Cambridge University Pre
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L INEAR S YSTEMS
Jo o P. Hespanha
a
Please explain all you answers.
1. Consider the nonlinear systems
y + y + y = u2 1.
(a) Compute a state-space representation for the sys
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L INEAR S YSTEMS
Jo o P. Hespanha
a
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1. Consider the one-link robot in the following gure:
m
y
x
where denotes the angle of the link with th
P RACTICE F INAL E XAM
L INEAR S YSTEMS
Jo o P. Hespanha
a
Please explain all you answers.
1. For which values of a, b, and c does the transfer function
(s 1)(s 2)
s3 + as2 + bs + c
has a two-dimensio
P RACTICE F INAL E XAM
L INEAR S YSTEMS
Jo o P. Hespanha
a
Please explain all you answers.
1. Consider the matrix
A=
0
1
2
.
3
Compute A100 and eAt .
Hint: Diagonalize A.
2.
(a) Show that if J is a st
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L INEAR S YSTEMS
Jo o P. Hespanha
a
Please explain all you answers.
1. Consider the following nonlinear system
x1 = x1 + u 1
x = x2 + u 2
2
x3 = x2 u 1 x1 u 2
y = x2 + x2 + x2
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UCSB
ME 17: Mathematics of Engineering
Spring 2011
Homework 4
Consider a domain [a, b] [c, d] and the heat equation in two spatial dimensions:
u
=D
t
2u 2u
+2
x2
y
+ S,
where D is the diusion constant
UCSB Linear Systems I
ME243A/ECE230A, Fall 2011
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UCSB Introduction to Robotics
ME170A/ECE181A, Fall 2011
Instructor: Francesco Bullo
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L INEAR S YSTEMS
Jo o P. Hespanha
a
Please explain all you answers.
1. The following equation models the motion of a pendulum:
+ k sin =
where R is the angle of the pendu