Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Biped Robots

Edited by Armando Carlos De Pina Filho

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Biped robots represent a very interesting research subject, with several particularities and scope topics, such as: mechanical design, gait simulation, patterns generation, kinematics, dynamics, equilibrium, stability, kinds of control, adaptability, biomechanics, cybernetics, and rehabilitation technologies. We have diverse problems related to these topics, making the study of biped robots a very complex subject, and many times the results of researches are not totally satisfactory. However, with scientific and technological advances, based on theoretical and experimental works, many researchers have collaborated in the evolution of the biped robots design, looking for to develop autonomous systems, as well as to help in rehabilitation technologies of human beings. Thus, this book intends to present some works related to the study of biped robots, developed by researchers worldwide.

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Biped RobotsEdited by Armando Carlos De Pina Filho

Published: February 4th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/578

ISBN: 978-953-307-216-6

Copyright year: 2011

Books open for chapter submissions

28324 Total Chapter Downloads

7 Crossref Citations

5 Web of Science Citations

12 Dimensions Citations

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1. Mobile Sensors for Robotics Research

By Tao Liu, Yoshio Inoue, Kyoko Shibata and Kouzou Shiojima

1556

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2. Motion Control of Biped Lateral Stepping Based on Zero Moment Point Feedback for Adaptation to Slopes

By Satoshi Ito and Minoru Sasaki

1872

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3. Optimal Biped Design Using a Moving Torso: Theory and Experiments

By Karthik Kappaganthu and C. Nataraj

1813

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4. Effect of Circular Arc Feet on a Control Law for a Biped

By Tetsuya Kinugasa, Christine Chevallereau, Yannick Aoustin and Koji Yoshida

1585

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5. SVR Controller for a Biped Robot with a Human-like Gait Subjected to External Sagittal Forces

By João P. Ferreira, Manuel Crisóstomo, A. Paulo Coimbra and Bernardete Ribeiro

1660

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6. Semi-Passive Dynamic Walking Approach for Bipedal Humanoid Robot Based on Dynamic Simulation

By Aiman Omer, Reza Ghorbani, Hun-ok Lim, and Atsuo Takanishi

2649

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7. Passive Dynamic Autonomous Control for the Multi-Locomotion Robot

By Tadayoshi Aoyama, Kosuke Sekiyama, Yasuhisa Hasegawa, and Toshio Fukuda

1566

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8. Section-Map Stability Criterion for Biped Robots

By Chenglong Fu, Zhao Liu and Ken Chen

1489

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9. Dynamical Analysis of a Biped Locomotion CPG Modelled by Means of Oscillators

By Armando Carlos de Pina Filho and Max Suell Dutra

1793

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10. Some Results on the Study of the Kneed Gait Biped

By Zhenze Liu, Yantao Tian and Changjiu Zhou

1177

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11. Dynamic Joint Passivization for Bipedal Locomotion

By Shohei Kato and Minoru Ishida

1344

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12. A Bio-Robotic Toe & Foot & Heel Models of a Biped Robot for More Natural Walking: Foot Mechanism & Gait Pattern

By Jungwon Yoon, Gabsoon Kim, Nandha Handharu and Abdullah Özer

2611

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13. Optimal Gait Generation in Biped Locomotion of Humanoid Robot to Improve Walking Speed

By Hanafiah Yussof, Mitsuhiro Yamano, Yasuo Nasu and Masahiro Ohka

2848

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14. A Fast and Smooth Walking Pattern Generator for Biped Robots

By Han-Pang Huang and Jiu-Lou Yan

2159

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15. Walking Pattern Generation and Stabilization of Walking for Small Humanoid Robots

By Yogo Takada, Tomoki Tajiri, Kiyoshi Ogawa and Tomoyuki Wakisaka

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