The trade-off between morphology and control in the co-optimized design of robots


Conventionally, robot morphologies are developed through simulations and calculations, and different control methods are applied afterwards. Assuming that simulations and predictions are simplified representations of our reality, how sure can roboticists be that the chosen morphology is the most adequate for the possible control choices in the real-world… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0186107

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