I'm working on manipulation and moving deformable objects by use of a robot with a 2-finger gripper. I would like to form a differential equation for the object deformation and I'm wondering where I could find some papers that has been dealing with this issue. I have thought about just assuming a standard first or second order process for the deformation, but it would be nice to have some references for my choices. Any comments are welcome.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Diff. Eq. for deformable object

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