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Passive reaction effects in grasp stability analysis occur when the contact forces and joint torques applied by a grasp change in response to external disturbances applied to the grasped object. For example, nonbackdrivable actuators (e.g. highly geared servos) will passively resist external disturbances without an actively applied command; for numerous robot hands using such motors, these effects can be highly beneficial as they increase grasp resistance without requiring active control. WearXiv:1905.00134v3 fatcat:xuiwp5jjvzfuhmitdgrq5kds3y