Hybrid control approach with a self-assessment layer using a context based energy-efficient walking behaviour

The bipedal upright walking is generally regarded as a key event in the evolution of mankind. The change of priorities regarding the control approaches with increasing the deliberative components and concurrent decreasing the reactive components is a key question in the robotics. We want to investigate, how an architectural approach may look, which allows to change between these systems regarding the locomotion control. For example, what are the criteria for changing the gait, from four- to two-legged walking? We want develop a self-assessment layer to estimate the robots general condition. With the known internal condition of the robot it can use the most energy-efficient walking behaviour depending on the situation.


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last updated 31.03.2023
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