Adaptive Motion Control: Dynamic Kick for a Humanoid Robot

@inproceedings{Xu2010AdaptiveMC,
  title={Adaptive Motion Control: Dynamic Kick for a Humanoid Robot},
  author={Yuan Xu and Heinrich Mellmann},
  booktitle={KI},
  year={2010}
}
Automatic, full body motion generation for humanoid robots presents a formidable computational challenge. The kicking motion is one of the most important motions in a soccer game. However, at the current state the most common approaches of implementing this motion are based on key frame technique. Such solutions are inflexible and cost a lot of time to adjust robot’s position. In this paper we present an approach for adaptive control of the motions. We implemented our approach in order to solve… CONTINUE READING

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