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DETERMINING SINGULARITY OF PARALLEL MANIPULATORS WITH n LINEAR ACTIVE LEGS BY CAD VARIATION GEOMETRY
Y. Lu and B. Hu
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DOI:
10.2316/Journal.206.2008.3.206-3018
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(206) International Journal of Robotics and Automation - 2008
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