Evaluation of optimal control formulations for obtaining dynamically consistent walking motions
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n recent years, interest has grown in predicting human motion, for example, to study cause-effect relations for a specific task . To predict human motion, researchers typically use optimization-based methods that minimize a certain cost function. The objective of this study is to analyze two different optimal control formulations that track experimental data from a healthy gait cycle to obtain a dynamically consistent walking motion, i.e., with minimal residual wrench applied to the pelvis.
CitationPallarès-López, R., Febrer, M., Fregly, B.J., Font-Llagunes, J.M. Evaluation of optimal control formulations for obtaining dynamically consistent walking motions. A: World Congress of Biomechanics. "Proceedings of the 8th World Congress of Biomechanics: Dublin, Ireland: 8-12 July 2018". 2018.