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A Study on Intelligent Control of Real-Time Working Motion Generation of Bipped Robot
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A Study on Intelligent Control of Real-Time Working Motion Generation of Bipped Robot
Kim, Min-Seong; Jo, Sang-Young; Koo, Young-Mok; Jeong, Yang-Gun; Han, Sung-Hyun;
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In this paper, we propose a new learning control scheme for various walk motion control of biped robot with same learning-base by neural network. We show that learning control algorithm based on the neural network is significantly more attractive intelligent controller design than previous traditional forms of control systems. A multi layer back propagation neural network identification is simulated to obtain a dynamic model of biped robot. Once the neural network has learned, the other neural network control is designed for various trajectory tracking control with same learning-base. The biped robots have been received increased attention due to several properties such as its human like mobility and the high-order dynamic equation. These properties enable the biped robots to perform the dangerous works instead of human beings. Thus, the stable walking control of the biped robots is a fundamentally hot issue and has been studied by many researchers. However, legged locomotion, it is difficult to control the biped robots. Besides, unlike the robot manipulator, the biped robot has an uncontrollable degree of freedom playing a dominant role for the stability of their locomotion in the biped robot dynamics. From the simulation and experiments the reliability of iterative learning control was illustrated.
Learning control;Biped Robot;Neural Network;Real-Time;
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