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Robust Cascade Controller for Nonlinearly Actuated Biped Robots: Experimental Evaluation
In this paper we consider the postural stability problem for nonlinearly actuated quasi-static biped robots, both with respect to the joint angular positions and also with reference to the gripping effect between the ...
On the Design and Development of Climbing and Walking Robots for the Maritime Industries
Modern robotic systems are increasingly powerful in terms of sensor fusion and mobility. Present technological progress allows advanced robots to cope progressively much better also with complex environments such as those ...
Methodology for Zero-moment Point Experimental Modeling in the Frequency Domain
Frequency domain methodology is applied to obtain a nominal model for the Zero-Moment Point (ZMP) stability index of a biped robot in an attempt to establish a relationship between the robot trunk trajectories and the ...
Adding extra sensitivity to the SMART non‐linear actuator using sensor fusion
(Industrial Robot: The International Journal Of Robotics Research And Application, 03/01/2004)
The prospect of using humanoid robots in practical applications attracts an important research effort and the latest steps forward in robot technology show many remarkable achievements where design aspects, control systems ...
ROBOCLIMBER: Control System Architecture
The paper shows the complete system architecture of a walking and climbing robot developed to make slope consolidation, where heavy duty equipment is employed for drilling up to 20m holes. ROBOCLIMBER a quadruped robot ...