Unverified Commit a545c921 authored by Justin Carpentier's avatar Justin Carpentier Committed by GitHub

[Readme] Update content

+ add credits section
+ add ongoing dev section
+ minor corrections
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**Pinocchio** is now at the hearth of various robotics softwares as the [Stack-of-Tasks](http://stack-of-tasks.github.io) or the [Humanoid Path Planner](https://humanoid-path-planner.github.io/hpp-doc).
## Ongoing developments
If you want to follow the current developments, you can directly refer to the [devel branch](https://github.com/stack-of-tasks/pinocchio/tree/devel).
## Installation
**Pinocchio** can be easily installed on various Linux and Unix distributions. Please refer to the [installation procedure](http://stack-of-tasks.github.io/pinocchio/download.html).
**Pinocchio** can be easily installed on various Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora, etc.) and Unix distributions (Mac OS X, BSD, etc.). Please refer to the [installation procedure](http://stack-of-tasks.github.io/pinocchio/download.html).
## Examples
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## Citing Pinocchio
To cite **Pinocchio** in your academic research, please use the following bibtex line:
To cite **Pinocchio** in your academic research, please use the following bibtex lines:
```
@misc{pinocchioweb,
author = {Justin Carpentier and Florian Valenza and Nicolas Mansard and others},
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year = {2015--2018}
}
```
The algorithms for the analytical derivatives of rigid-body dynamics algorithms are detailed here:
```
@inproceedings{carpentier2018analytical,
title={Analytical Derivatives of Rigid Body Dynamics Algorithms},
author={Carpentier, Justin and Mansard, Nicolas},
booktitle={Robotics: Science and Systems},
year={2018}
title = {Analytical Derivatives of Rigid Body Dynamics Algorithms},
author = {Carpentier, Justin and Mansard, Nicolas},
booktitle = {Robotics: Science and Systems},
year = {2018}
}
```
## Questions
## Questions and Issues
You have a question or an issue? You may either directly open a [new issue](https://github.com/stack-of-tasks/pinocchio/issues) or use the mailing list <pinocchio@laas.fr>.
## Credits
The following people have been involved in the development of **Pinocchio**:
- [Justin Carpentier](https://jcarpent.github.io) (INRIA): main developer and manager of the project
- [Nicolas Mansard](http://projects.laas.fr/gepetto/index.php/Members/NicolasMansard) (LAAS-CNRS): project instructor
- [Guilhem Saurel](http://projects.laas.fr/gepetto/index.php/Members/GuilhemSaurel) (LAAS-CNRS): continuous integration and deployment
- [Joseph Mirabel](http://jmirabel.github.io/) (LAAS-CNRS): Lie groups support
- [Antonio El Khoury](https://www.linkedin.com/in/antonioelkhoury) (Wandercraft): bug fixes
- [Gabriele Buondono](http://projects.laas.fr/gepetto/index.php/Members/GabrieleBuondonno) (LAAS-CNRS): bug fixes
You need to ask a question? You may either directly post a [new issue](https://github.com/stack-of-tasks/pinocchio/issues) or use the mailing list <pinocchio@laas.fr>
If you have taken part to the development of **Pinocchio**, feel free to add your name and contribution here.
## Acknowledgments
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