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Adaptive Force-based Control for Legged Robots

11/12/2020
by   Mohsen Sombolestan, et al.
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In this paper, we present a novel methodology to introduce adaptive control for force-based control systems, with application to legged robots. In our approach, the reference model is based on the quadratic program force control. We evaluate our proposed control design on a high-fidelity physical simulation of LASER, a dynamic quadruped robot. Our proposed method guarantees input-to-state stability and is successfully validated for the problem of quadruped robots walking on rough terrain while carrying unknown and time-varying loads.

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