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000202161 245__ $$aRich Locomotion Skills with the Oncilla Robot
000202161 269__ $$a2014
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000202161 520__ $$aWe are motivated to better understand how adaptive locomotion (rough terrain locomotion, turning, gait transition, etc) can be realized using a quadrupedal platform with constrained resources. These constraints include computational power limitation, no accurate force/torque sensing, and partial sensing of robot’s kinematic states. These constraints arise from the fact that we are designing and experimenting with autonomous light-weight and (comparatively) cheap quadruped robots. The practical benefit of such robots is fast experimentation: experiments can be safely done with presence of one or two humans, and repairs are cheap and quick.
000202161 6531_ $$aLocomotion
000202161 6531_ $$aRough terrain
000202161 6531_ $$aOncilla
000202161 700__ $$0244209$$g200360$$aAjallooeian, Mostafa
000202161 700__ $$0245613$$g183877$$aTuleu, Alexandre
000202161 700__ $$0240378$$g173229$$aSprowitz, Alexander
000202161 700__ $$0247749$$g221441$$aEckert, Peter
000202161 700__ $$g207295$$aVespignani, Massimo$$0245188
000202161 700__ $$aIjspeert, Auke$$g115955$$0241344
000202161 7112_ $$dJune 10-13, 2014$$cZurich, Switzerland$$aDynamic Walking 2014
000202161 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/202161/files/116-379-1-PB.pdf$$zPreprint$$s3638817$$yPreprint
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