Stability margin for robust walking gaits constructed by center of pressure

Kuo Yang Tu, Cheng Hsiung Huang, Jacky Baltes

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摘要

Usually, humanoid walking gaits are only roughly distinguished between stable and unstable. The evaluation of a stable humanoid walking gait is difficult to quantify in scales. And, it is extremely hard to adjust humanoid robots in suitable a walking gait for different movement objectives such as fast walking, uneven floor walking, and so on. This paper proposes a stability margin constructed by center of pressure (COP) to evaluate the gait stability of humanoid walking. The stability margin is modeled by the COP regions that a humanoid robot needs for stable standing. We derive the mathematical model for COP position by dividing the walking gait into single and double support phases in order to measure the stability of the COP regions. An actual measuring system for the stable COP regions is designed and implemented. The measured COP trajectory of a walking gait is eventually evaluated with respect to the stable COP regions for the stability margins. The evaluation focuses on weak stability areas to be improved for robust walking gaits. To demonstrate the robustness of the improved walking gait, we replicate the experiment on three different terrains. The experiments demonstrate that the walking gaits developed based on stable COP region can be applied for different movement objectives.

原文英語
文章編號e2
期刊Knowledge Engineering Review
32
DOIs
出版狀態已發佈 - 2016 八月 4

指紋

Robots
Experiments
Trajectories
Mathematical models

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Software
  • Artificial Intelligence

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Stability margin for robust walking gaits constructed by center of pressure. / Tu, Kuo Yang; Huang, Cheng Hsiung; Baltes, Jacky.

於: Knowledge Engineering Review, 卷 32, e2, 04.08.2016.

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻文章

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