Problem statement. Mobile robots are of significant interest among scientists and designers during the last several decades. One of the prospective drives of such robots is based on pneumatically operated walking (stepping) system with no use of electric, heat, magnetic or other types of energy. This allows the use of pneumatically-driven robots in the cases when the use of other energy sources is prohibited (e.g., in some gaseous or fluid mediums).
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Problem statement. The processes of development and improvement of autonomous mobile robots are significantly constrained because of the lack of an open-access comprehensive scientific and theoretical framework for calculating and designing of autonomous mobile robotic systems Purpose. The main objective of the paper consists in carrying out kinematic analysis and motion simulation of pantograph-type manipulator with three degrees of freedom. Methodology.
The Gao approach to construction of high order elements in arbitrary finite fields is to choose a convenient polynomial, which defines an extension of an initial prime field. This choice depends on one polynomial-parameter. That is why the mentioned approach can be considered as using of a finite field description with one degree of freedom. We explore in the paper the possibility of improvement of lower bound on element orders in finite fields of general form with using of two degrees of freedom.