What I’m Reading

The velocity approximation given by the algorithm is m1 = n1lim, where n1 = Nep1/Ndt1. By the nature of the counting, Nep1 can be any whole number while Ndt1 is a natural number. If the velocity is higher than lim, there are more Iep impulses than dt impulses, so Ndt1 is always one; on the contrary, if the velocity is smaller than lim, there are more dt impulses than Iep, so Nep1 is one. Possible values for n1, when the velocity is high, are 1,2,3,…, and for low velocities are ½, ⅓, ¼,….

Helping one of our deacons who is in Memphis studying robotics to proofread a paper the general language of which seems to be English, when I can make it out.

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