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This is because one can eventually solve (at least locally) for the auxiliary input α = (α1 , α2 ) at a differential order that is ‘too low’ for achieving linearization of the full state via dynamic feedback. In fact, the existence of a flat output for ne ≥ 2 modes is still an open problem. Nevertheless, it is still possible to design a simple planning algorithm that solves the rest-to-rest motion problem using the following arguments. The starting point is again the partially feedback linearized model (34), with a generic number of ne ≥ 2 flexible modes.
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