Turning Control of a Multilink Biomimetic Robotic Fish

  title={Turning Control of a Multilink Biomimetic Robotic Fish},
  author={Junzhi Yu and Lizhong Liu and Long Wang and Min Tan and De Xu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Robotics},
This paper deals with maneuver issues of a multilink biomimetic robotic fish, particularly focusing on turning control in free swimming. The characteristic parameters determining turning performance involve magnitude, position, and time of the deflections applied to the links, which are discussed via a series of simulation calculations and actual experiments. 
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