Holonomic

Holonomic (introduced by H. Hertz in 1894 from the Greek ὅλος meaning whole, entire and νόμ-ος meaning law) may refer to:

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Holonomic Constraints - Holonomic System (physics)
... In classical mechanics a system may be defined as holonomic if all constraints of the system are holonomic ... For a constraint to be holonomic it must be expressible as a function i.e ... a holonomic constraint depends only on the coordinates and time ...
Holonomic - Other
... Holonomic brain theory, developed by Karl Pribram and David Bohm, modelling cognitive function as being guided by a matrix of neurological wave interference ...
Degrees Of Freedom (mechanics) - Mobility Formula - Systems of Bodies
... A robot (or object) that has mechanisms to control all 6 physical DOF is said to be holonomic ... An object with fewer controllable DOFs than total DOFs is said to be non-holonomic, and an object with more controllable DOFs than total DOFs (such as the human arm) is said to be ... it is non-holonomic ...
Holonomic Constraints
... In classical mechanics, holonomic constraints are relations between the coordinates (and possibly time) which can be expressed in the following form, where, are the n coordinates which describe the system ... motion of a particle constrained to lie on the surface of a sphere is subject to a holonomic constraint, but if the particle is able to fall off the sphere under the ... are not usually holonomic ...
D-module - Holonomic Modules - Properties and Characterizations
... Holonomic modules have a tendency to behave like finite-dimensional vector spaces ... Also, M is holonomic if and only if all cohomology groups of the complex Li∗(M) are finite-dimensional K-vector spaces, where i is the closed immersion of any point of X ... For any D-module M, the dual module is defined by Holonomic modules can also be characterized by a homological condition M is holonomic if and only if D(M) is concentrated (seen as an object in the ...