The classical theorem of Asimow and Roth says that for a generic framework (i.e., coordinates of the nodes are algebraically independent), local rigidity and infinitesimal rigidity are equivalent. I was wondering how this theorem fails if we replace "generic'' by "(affine) general position". So my question is: What are examples of frameworks whose nodes are in general position and locally rigid but not infinitesimally rigid?
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