Huu-Toan Tran

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Impedance control has been widely developed in the robotic exoskeleton field for human performance assistance and enhancement. However, the determination of desired impedance parameters that dominates the characteristics of interaction force and motion control is not straightforward since these parameters depend not only on the physical properties of the(More)
During a human-exoskeleton collaboration, the interaction torque on exoskeleton resulting from the human cannot be clearly determined and conducted by normal physical models. This is because the torque depends not only on direction and orientation of both human-operator and exoskeleton but also on the physical properties of each operator. In this paper, we(More)
Sensitivity Amplification Control (SAC) algorithm was first proposed in the augmentation applications of Berkeley Lower Extremity Exoskeleton (BLEEX). The SAC algorithm is widely used in human augmentation applications since it just need the information from the exoskeleton robot, so that the complexity of exoskeleton system can be reduced greatly. However,(More)
Scalable models for both active and passive components are essential for the design of highly integrated fiber−optic physical layer ICs. This paper focuses on the various technology options available for 10 Gb/s and 40 Gb/s applications, on how their constituent components are modeled and what the characteristics and requirements are for the basic building(More)
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