# derivative

Time derivative of manipulator model states

## Syntax

## Description

computes the time derivative of the task-space motion model based on the current state and
desired end-effector pose and velocities.`stateDot`

= derivative(`taskMotionModel`

,`state`

,`refPose`

,`refVel`

)

computes the time derivative of the joint-space motion model based on the current state
and motion commands.`stateDot`

= derivative(`jointMotionModel`

,`state`

,`cmds`

)

computes the time derivative of the joint-space motion model with external forces on the
manipulator using a joint-space model.`stateDot`

= derivative(`jointMotionModel`

,`state`

,`cmds`

,`fExt`

)

## Examples

### Create Joint-Space Motion Model

This example shows how to create and use a `jointSpaceMotionModel`

object for a manipulator robot in joint-space.

**Create the Robot**

robot = loadrobot("kinovaGen3","DataFormat","column","Gravity",[0 0 -9.81]);

**Set Up the Simulation**

Set the timespan to be 1 s with a timestep size of 0.01 s. Set the initial state to be the robots, home configuration with a velocity of zero.

tspan = 0:0.01:1; initialState = [homeConfiguration(robot); zeros(7,1)];

Define the reference state with a target position, zero velocity, and zero acceleration.

targetState = [pi/4; pi/3; pi/2; -pi/3; pi/4; -pi/4; 3*pi/4; zeros(7,1); zeros(7,1)];

**Create the Motion Model**

Model the system with computed torque control and error dynamics defined by a moderately fast step response with 5% overshoot.

```
motionModel = jointSpaceMotionModel("RigidBodyTree",robot);
updateErrorDynamicsFromStep(motionModel,.3,.05);
```

**Simulate the Robot**

Use the derivative function of the model as the input to the `ode45`

solver to simulate the behavior over 1 second.

[t,robotState] = ode45(@(t,state)derivative(motionModel,state,targetState),tspan,initialState);

**Plot the Response**

Plot the positions of all the joints actuating to their target state. Joints with a higher displacement between the starting position and the target position actuate to the target at a faster rate than those with a lower displacement. This leads to an overshoot, but all of the joints have the same settling time.

figure plot(t,robotState(:,1:motionModel.NumJoints)); hold all; plot(t,targetState(1:motionModel.NumJoints)*ones(1,length(t)),"--"); title("Joint Position (Solid) vs Reference (Dashed)"); xlabel("Time (s)") ylabel("Position (rad)");

### Create Task-Space Motion Model

This example shows how to create and use a `taskSpaceMotionModel`

object for a manipulator robot arm in task-space.

**Create the Robot**

robot = loadrobot("kinovaGen3","DataFormat","column","Gravity",[0 0 -9.81]);

**Set Up the Simulation**

Set the time span to be 1 second with a timestep size of 0.02 seconds. Set the initial state to the home configuration of the robot, with a velocity of zero.

tspan = 0:0.02:1; initialState = [homeConfiguration(robot);zeros(7,1)];

Define a reference state with a target position and zero velocity.

refPose = trvec2tform([0.6 -.1 0.5]); refVel = zeros(6,1);

**Create the Motion Model**

Model the behavior as a system under proportional-derivative (PD) control.

motionModel = taskSpaceMotionModel("RigidBodyTree",robot,"EndEffectorName","EndEffector_Link");

**Simulate the Robot**

Simulate the behavior over 1 second using a stiff solver to more efficiently capture the robot dynamics`.`

Using `ode15s`

enables higher precision around the areas with a high rate of change.

[t,robotState] = ode15s(@(t,state)derivative(motionModel,state,refPose,refVel),tspan,initialState);

**Plot the Response**

Plot the robot's initial position and mark the target with an X.

figure show(robot,initialState(1:7)); hold all plot3(refPose(1,4),refPose(2,4),refPose(3,4),"x","MarkerSize",20)

Observe the response by plotting the robot in a 5 Hz loop.

r = rateControl(5); for i = 1:size(robotState,1) show(robot,robotState(i,1:7)',"PreservePlot",false); waitfor(r); end

## Input Arguments

`taskMotionModel`

— Task-space motion model

`taskSpaceMotionModel`

object

Task-space motion model, specified as a `taskSpaceMotionModel`

object, which defines the properties of the motion
model.

`jointMotionModel`

— Joint-space motion model

`jointSpaceMotionModel`

object

Joint-space motion model, specified as a `jointSpaceMotionModel`

object, which defines the properties of the motion
model.

`state`

— Joint positions and velocities

2*n*-element column vector

Joint positions and velocities, specified as a 2*n*-element column
vector of the form [*q; qDot*]. *n* is the number of
non-fixed joints in the associated `rigidBodyTree`

of the motion model. *q*, represents the
position of each joint, specified in radians. *qDot* represents the
velocity of each joint, specified in radians per second.

`refPose`

— Desired pose of end effector in task-space

4-by-4 matrix

Desired pose of the end effector in the task-space, specified as an 4-by-4 homogeneous transformation matrix. Units are in meters.

`refVel`

— Desired velocities of end effector in task space

six-element column vector

Desired velocities of the end effector in the task space, specified as a six-element
column vector of the form [*omega; v*]. *omega*
represents a column vector of three angular velocities about the `x`

,
`y`

, and `z`

axes in radians per second.
*v* represents a column vector of three linear velocities along the
`x`

, `y`

, and `z`

axes in meters
per second.

`cmds`

— Control commands indicating desired motion

2*n*-element row vector | 3*n*-element row vector

Control commands indicating the desired motion, specified as either a
2*n*-element column vector or a 3*n*-element column
vector depending on the MotionType property of `jointMotionModel`

:

`"PDControl"`

— 2*n*-element column vector,`[qRef; qRefDot]`

.`qRef`

and`qRefDot`

represent joint positions and joint velocities, respectively.`"ComputedTorqueControl"`

— 3*n*-element column vector,`[qRef; qRefDot; qRefDDot]`

.`qRef`

,`qRefDot`

, and`qRefDDot`

represent the joint positions, joint velocities, and joint accelerations, respectively.`"IndependentJointMotion"`

— 3*n*-element column vector,`[qRef; qRefDot; qRefDDot]`

.`qRef`

,`qRefDot`

, and`qRefDDot`

represent the joint positions, joint velocities, and joint accelerations, respectively.

`fExt`

— External forces

6-by-*m* matrix

External forces, specified as an 6-by-*m* matrix. Each row is a
wrench on a rigid body, spatially transformed to the base frame, in the form
`[Tx Ty Tz Fx Fy Fz]`

. *m* is the number of bodies
in the associated `rigidBodyTree`

object. The first three
elements of the wrench correspond to the moments around the *xyz*-axes
in Newton-meters. The last three elements are linear forces along the same axes in
Newtons.

For more information about external forces on rigid body trees and spatially
transforms, see the `externalForce`

function and Compute Joint Torques To Balance An Endpoint Force and Moment.

## Output Arguments

`stateDot`

— Time derivative of current state

2*n*-element column vector

Time derivative based on current state and the specified control commands or
reference pose and velocities, returned as a 2*n*-element column
vector, [*qDot; qDDot*], where *qDot* is an
*n*-element column vector of joint velocities, and
*qDDot* is an *n*-element column vector of joint
accelerations. *n* is the number of joints in the associated `rigidBodyTree`

of the motion model.

## Extended Capabilities

### C/C++ Code Generation

Generate C and C++ code using MATLAB® Coder™.

## Version History

**Introduced in R2019b**

## See Also

### Classes

### Functions

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