Daishi Kaneta

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—This paper proposes a new scheme to identify the macroscopic dynamics of humans' motor control based on the COM-ZMP (the center of mass and the zero-moment point) model, which has been vigorously studied and is widely utilized for a design of humanoid robot controllers. Since the model is mathematically well-defined with a small number of system parameters(More)
— This paper proposes an identification technique of a human standing controller. The dynamics of a human is approximated by the macroscopic relationship between the center of mass and the zero-moment point. The standing controller is modelled by a piecewise-linear feedback, which was originally developed for humanoid robots. In the previous work, the(More)
— This paper reports the result and discussion about our second experiment of standing motion measurement and analysis. We aim at identifying the standing controller of a human. In order to tackle the dynamical complexity of the human body, the COM-ZMP (the center of mass and the zero-moment point) model, which is widely used for designing the whole-body(More)
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