Behavior Generation for Anthropomorphic Robots by means of Dynamical Systems
This article describes the current state of our research on anthropomorphic robots. Our aim is to make the reader familiar with the two basic principles our work is based on: anthropomorphism and dynamics. The principle of anthropomorphism means a restriction to human-like robots which use version, audition and touch as their only sensors so that natural man-machine interaction is possible. The principle of dynamics stands for the mathematical framework based on which our robots generate their behavior. Both principles have their root in the idea that concepts of biological behavior and information processing can be exploited to control technical systems.
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