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This paper investigates whether torso force feedback on treadmillstyle locomotion interfaces can substitute for treadmill tilt to simulate walking on smooth inclines. The experimental platform is the Sarcos Treadport, whose active mechanical tether can apply horizontal forces to the user to...
The authors studied the self-excited walking of a four-link biped mechanism that possesses an actuated hip joint and passive knee joints with stoppers. They showed that the self-excitation control enables the three-degree-of-freedom planar biped model to walk on level ground by numerical...
The problem of mobile robot localization by using sensor information appeals to different communities since the need for accurate position has become crucial for many robot subtasks. The Kalman filter (KF) has been acknowledged as an appropriate tool for a suitable dynamic combination of the...
The authors consider the detection of small surface features, such as cracks, bumps, and ridges, on the surface of an object during haptic exploration and dexterous manipulation. Surface feature definition and detection are essential for intelligent haptic exploration and modeling of unknown...
This work describes the design of a new one-axis torque sensor. It achieves the conflicting requirements of high stiffness for all six force and torque components, high sensitivity for the one driving torque of interest, and yet very low sensitivity for the other five force/torque components....
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