Given an SE(3) matrix representing a rigid-body motion, compute its inverse without using inv() or pinv() .
Back to basics 9 - Indexed References
Equal to their cube
Predicting life and death of a memory-less light bulb
Relative points in 2D: problem 1
Twists in 2D
Pose interpolation in 2D
Invert a 3D rotation matrix
Composing relative poses in 2D: problem 2
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