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I am trying to do a model for a ropewalk.

I would like to describe it with two first order differential equations. If we consider a person walking on a rope there are two quantities changing; the speed of a rope in horizontal direction and the angle of a person. I have to write this in a correct mathematical form. Any advice would be helpful.

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Niko

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# Ropewalk equations

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