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Although combined hardware and control concepts have been developed that enable accurate force control in a single degree of freedom, the majority of tasks necessitates superior force control capabilities in multiple degrees of freedom.
It covers systems with a single degree of freedom, systems with multiple degrees of freedom, distributed-parameter systems, random vibrations, and earthquake engineering.
Yet the two motions in combination can be used to provide an extra degree of freedom and rotate the pizza horizontally, reports New Scientist.
Two of the three original test cells are multi-axis, spindle-coupled passenger car simulators (MTS 329s with four degrees of freedom), while the third, a tire-coupled design, sits in a Ransco environmental test cell and has one degree of freedom at each wheel.
A crosstabulation analysis was used with a 2 x 2 contingency table, which allowed for one degree of freedom.
Degrees of Freedom: The human joint has one degree of freedom for each range of movement; forward/backward, up/down and rotation.
It commemorates the beginning not only of a new country, but of a new kind of society, in which the common man achieved a degree of freedom and opportunity undreamed of in any other country before.
CHAPTER 3 BASIC OPTIMAL SHOCK ISOLATION: SINGLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM SYSTEMS.