Good Morning All,
Probably one of the most simplest questions I have ever asked but when normalizing the first column of a matrix its simple just the square root of the sum of the elements of the column squared correct?
I have a torque roll axis direction defined as a normalizing constant, a, for the first column of matrix: a*J=M^-1
I have the mass matrix and need to find J and a. I am assuming that I am dividing inv(M) by a. and that a is the sqrt of the sum of the squares of inv(M).
Is this correct?
Thanks a bunch.