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Re: paper: N.I.D.E.C. Nominally Iterative Deterministic Approach to Efficient Computa

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Re: paper: N.I.D.E.C. Nominally Iterative Deterministic Approach to Efficient Computa

I know you poured a lot of time into this paper, specifically the title. Let the flow of comments begin!

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Are you implying that our extremely thorough, and exhaustive motor testing was faked?
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Re: paper: N.I.D.E.C. Nominally Iterative Deterministic Approach to Efficient Computa

Really good stuff! Did you use this successfully in 2018? I was talking to 2481 and they were saying they couldn't get rotation and translation working at the same time. I'm not going to speak for them but I'm pretty sure they were doing some pose esitmation and running profiles off of that. While I think you guys are doing 4 individual profiles.

I saw a video of you guys at district champs and it seemed like it was working...

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Are you implying that our extremely thorough, and exhaustive motor testing was faked?
No, simply that the paper did not even mention legal brushless FRC motors that I noticed. I also failed to notice any source of power or control in the whole "Flat Jack" series of NIDEC pictures. Fake news.
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Really good stuff! Did you use this successfully in 2018? I was talking to 2481 and they were saying they couldn't get rotation and translation working at the same time. I'm not going to speak for them but I'm pretty sure they were doing some pose esitmation and running profiles off of that. While I think you guys are doing 4 individual profiles.

I saw a video of you guys at district champs and it seemed like it was working...

I really appreciate the white paper!

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This was used in 2018 but it did take us a while before we were able to use it. We had some odd encoder issues that are still a bit mystical. We did resolve that before DCMP and it was working there.

I have to say - despite him trying to embarrass me - that this was Ryan’s magnum opus for the team. It's quite the accomplishment in my book. It was a couple years in the making and I’m really glad he caught his zebra-striped narwhal (white whales are too easy).
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