Stability of a double inverted pendulum model during human quiet stance with continuous delay feedback control

@article{Suzuki2011StabilityOA,
  title={Stability of a double inverted pendulum model during human quiet stance with continuous delay feedback control},
  author={Yasuyuki Suzuki and Taishin Nomura and Pietro G. Morasso},
  journal={2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2011},
  pages={7450-7453}
}
Recent debate about neural mechanisms for stabilizing human upright quiet stance focuses on whether the active and time delay neural feedback control generating muscle torque is continuous or intermittent. A single inverted pendulum controlled by the active torque actuating the ankle joint has often been used for the debate on the presumption of well-known ankle strategy hypothesis claiming that the upright quiet stance can be stabilized mostly by the ankle torque. However, detailed… CONTINUE READING

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