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A proposed hybrid neural network for position control of a walking robot

  title={A proposed hybrid neural network for position control of a walking robot},
  author={Sahin Y{\~o}ld{\~o}r{\~o}m},
The use of a proposed recurrent neural net- work control system to control a four-legged walking robot is presented in this paper. The control system consists of a neural controller, a standard PD con- troller, and the walking robot. The robot is a planar four-legged walking robot. The proposed Neural Net- work (NN) is employed as an inverse controller of the robot. The NN has three layers, which are input, hybrid hidden and output layers. In addition to feed- forward connections from the input… 
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