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CCS 2020-03-25
Tokyo Hosei Univ. Ichigaya Campus
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
A quadruped robot controlled by an asynchronous cellular automaton CPG
Shou Komaki, Hiroyuki Torikai (Hosei Univ) CCS2019-34
In this paper, we present a CPG (Central Pattern Generator) based on an asynchronous cellular automaton. Adjusting the c... [more] CCS2019-34
ICTSSL, CAS 2020-01-30
Tokyo   Locomotion Dynamics of Hardware 4-CPG Model
Kaede Murakawa, Atsuya Suwa, Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.) CAS2019-74 ICTSSL2019-43
It is said that central pattern generators (CPGs), which is considered to be in the spinal cord, control various quadrup... [more] CAS2019-74 ICTSSL2019-43
MSS, CAS, SIP, VLD 2019-07-30
Iwate Iwate Univ. [Invited Talk] Functional Roles of Phase Resetting Control in Rhythmic Movements and their Engineering Applications -- Mathematical Design of an Optimal Phase Response Curve for Walking Control --
Kazuki Nakada (Tsukuba Univ. Tech..), Keiji Miura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) CAS2019-9 VLD2019-15 SIP2019-25 MSS2019-9
Possible functional roles of the phase resetting control during rhythmic movements have attracted much attention. The ph... [more] CAS2019-9 VLD2019-15 SIP2019-25 MSS2019-9
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology
Takahiro Toizumi, Katsutoshi Saeki (Nihon Univ.) NC2017-66
In the spinal cord, there is a neural network called CPG, which generates and controls rhythm movement such as walking. ... [more] NC2017-66
SS, MSS 2018-01-19
Hiroshima   Mathematical Analysis of Phase Resetting Control Mechanism during Rhythmic Movements
Kazuki Nakada (Hiroshima City Univ.), Keiji Miura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) MSS2017-72 SS2017-59
Recently, possible functional roles of the phase resetting control during rhythmic movements have attracted much attenti... [more] MSS2017-72 SS2017-59
NLP, CCS 2015-06-11
Tokyo Waseda Univerisity Data assimilation for coupled dynamical systems using a merging particle filter
Eitaro Waranabe, Sho Shirasaka, Hiroya Nakao (Tokyo Tech) NLP2015-48 CCS2015-10
We propose a method to estimate unknown parameters of coupled dynamical systems from observed data using a merging parti... [more] NLP2015-48 CCS2015-10
SIP, CAS, MSS, VLD 2013-07-11
Kumamoto Kumamoto Univ. Basic Experimental Study on SMA Actuators Driven by a Hardware CPG
Tomoyasu Ichimura, Naoki Ejima, Syunya Imaizumi (Oyama NCT), Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.) CAS2013-10 VLD2013-20 SIP2013-40 MSS2013-10
A central pattern generator (CPG) is a half-center rhythm generator, which is constructed from neural networks of the ma... [more] CAS2013-10 VLD2013-20 SIP2013-40 MSS2013-10
CAS, NLP 2011-10-21
Shizuoka Shizuoka Univ. Design and manufacture of an electronic circuit model of the CPG with afferent stimulation
Masahito Kubota, Tatsushi Domon, Yoshinobu Maeda, Atsuhiko Iijima (Niigata Univ.), Tomoyasu Ichimura (ONCT), Toyohiko Hayashi (Niigata Univ.) CAS2011-53 NLP2011-80
Biological rhythms are generated by a central pattern generator, or CPG, that are controlled by the spinal neural networ... [more] CAS2011-53 NLP2011-80
Tokyo Tamagawa University A Power Assist Method with Partner Model
Tomohiro Shimoda (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Hiroyuki Kambara, Yasuharu Koike (Tokyo Inst. of Tech./JST) MBE2009-111
The way of present power assist is to estimate user's movement pattern and make him follow one constant movement pattern... [more] MBE2009-111
SIP, CAS, CS 2010-03-02
Okinawa Hotel Breeze Bay Marina, Miyakojima [Poster Presentation] Reduction of the reciprocal inhibition based hardware neuronal network
Satoshi Kaneko, Takuya Sozuka, Yoshinobu Maeda, Toyohiko Hayashi (Niigata Univ.) CAS2009-118 SIP2009-163 CS2009-113
A central pattern generator (CPG) is a half-center rhythm generator, which is constructed from neural networks of the ma... [more] CAS2009-118 SIP2009-163 CS2009-113
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. Learning CPG-based energy-efficient biped locomotion with a policy gradient method
Yoshiyuki Azuma, Tomohiro Shibata (Nara Inst. of Sci and Tech.) NC2008-125
Central Pattern Generator (CPG) has been applied to controlling multi-link/joint robots including
bipedal robots becaus... [more]
CAS, NLP 2009-01-22
Miyazaki   Servo motor control for multi-leg robots using CNN-CPG and CPLD
Masahiro Miyake, Kenji Murao, Syunji Goto (Miya Univ.) CAS2008-81 NLP2008-111
Recently there have been growing interests in the CNN (Cellular Neural Network)based-CPG(Central Pattern Generator) and ... [more] CAS2008-81 NLP2008-111
NC 2008-11-07
Saga Saga Univ. An Application of the Virtual Learning system to Biped Walking Robots
Yuta Shiga, Hirokazu Yokoi (KIT) NC2008-64
It is impossible that present robot deals with various environments and situations by one program. And, the program can’... [more] NC2008-64
NC 2007-03-14
Tokyo Tamagawa University Acquiring vermicular motion of a Looper-like robot based on the CPG-Actor-Critic method
Kenji Makino (NAIST), Yutaka Nakamura (Osaka Univ.), Tomohiro Shibata, Shin Ishii (NAIST)
Adaptability to the environment is crucial for mobile robots, because the circumstance, including the body of the robot,... [more] NC2006-152
NC 2007-03-15
Tokyo Tamagawa University A hierarchical learning model to obtain a periodic movement
Yuko Miyazaki, Hideaki Maeda, Tomoko Hioki, Jun Nishii (Yamaguchi Univ.)
How do the CPG and higher centers cooperatively learn and control
musculo-skeletal system in order to realize a desired... [more]
NC 2006-03-17
Tokyo Tamagawa University Adaptive locomotion of a quadruped robot by a CPG model using adjustment of servo gain
Tomohisa Yamashita, Naohiro Fukumura, Yoji Uno (TUT)
(To be available after the conference date) [more] NC2005-153
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