2013
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-00065-7_7
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Abstract: Abstract.To approach robustness and optimal performance, biological musculoskeletal systems can adapt their impedance while interacting with their environment. This property has motivated modern robotic designs including variable-impedance actuators and control methods, based on the capability to vary visco-elastic properties actively or passively. Even though variable-impedance actuation and impedance control in robotics is resolved to a great part, a general set of rules by which impedance is adjusted relat…

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