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van Duijneveldt, Joris (author)
The subject of this thesis is to investigate whether the Cerebellar Model Articulation Controller (CMAC) can be used to anticipate controller corrections and increase performance by reducing delays in humanoid robots. This question can be divided into two subquestions. Firstly, whether the CMAC is a suitable architecture for the prediction of...
master thesis 2019
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Izzi, Fabio (author)
Recognising the user’s locomotive intentions is crucial for the correct functionality of exoskeletons and active orthoses. For gait applications, extrapolating control inputs from the arm swing may be worthwhile, since arm oscillations naturally occur during human locomotion. A similar method would be unaffected by severe impairments of the...
master thesis 2019
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Krämer, Koen (author)
Currently the prevalence of general purpose mobile robots with manipulation capabilities is still low, despite various applications of such systems such as: disaster response, payload delivery, and assistive/service tasks. A suitable design for such a robot would be that of a torque-controllable quadrupedal manipulator. Its capability for legged...
master thesis 2018
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Voordouw, Janneke (author)
In this research the influence of the rower behavior and rigging setup on the boat performance is investigated in a data-driven model. There are different rowing styles and techniques between rowers. Making rowers row in synchrony, while important for the boat performance, is not easy. Rowers have their own signature rowing curve, of which only...
master thesis 2018
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