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In this paper we focus on the following problem in multi-fingered robotic grasping: assuming that an external wrench is being applied to a grasped object, will the contact forces between the hand and the object, as well as the hand joints, respond in such a way as to preserve quasi-static equilibrium? In particular, we assume that there is no change in the joint torques being actively exerted by the motors; any change in contact forces and joint torques is due exclusively to passive effectsarXiv:1801.06558v1 fatcat:o2tidloutnht5gw7oor3lwetaq