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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

Submitted: May 24th 2010Reviewed: September 2nd 2010Published: February 4th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/14445

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João P. Ferreira, Manuel Crisóstomo, A. Paulo Coimbra and Bernardete Ribeiro (February 4th 2011). SVR Controller for a Biped Robot with a Human-like Gait Subjected to External Sagittal Forces, Biped Robots, Armando Carlos Pina Filho, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/14445. Available from:

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