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Hybrid Control for Biped Robots Using Impedance Control and Computed-Torque Control

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Hybrid Control for Biped Robots Using Impedance Control and Computed-Torque Control
This paper proposes a hybrid control method of using the impedance control and the computed-torque control for biped robot locomotion. The computedtorque control is used for supporting (mn.strained) leg. For the free leg, the impedance control is wed, where different values of impedance parameters are used depending on the gait phase of the biped robot. To reduce the magnitude of an impact and guarantee a stable footing when a foot contacts with the ground, this paper proposes to increase the damping of the leg drastically and to modifi the reference trajectory of the leg. Computer simulations with a %dof environment model for which a combination of a nonlinear and a linear compliant contact models is used, show that the proposed controller is superior to the computed- torqwe controllers in reducing impacts and stabilizing the footing.
Jong H. Park, Ho A. Chung
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where ICRA
Authors Jong H. Park, Ho A. Chung
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