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xtracting Bimanual Synergies with Reinforcement Learning

@inproceedings{Luck2017xtractingBS,
  title={xtracting Bimanual Synergies with Reinforcement Learning},
  author={K. Luck and H. B. Amor},
  year={2017}
}
  • K. Luck, H. B. Amor
  • Published 2017
  • Motor synergies are an important concept in human motor control. Through the co-activation of multiple muscles, complex motion involving many degrees-of-freedom can be generated. However, leveraging this concept in robotics typically entails using human data that may be incompatible for the kinematics of the robot. In this paper, our goal is to enable a robot to identify synergies for low-dimensional control using trial-and-error only. We discuss how synergies can be learned through latent… CONTINUE READING

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