Intelligent Wireless Remote Control System Design for a Biped Robot
Keywords:biped robot, wireless remote control, cerebellar model neural network
This paper presents the design and implementation of an intelligent wireless remote control system for a biped robot. A recurrent cerebellar model neural network (RCMNN) is introduced, then it is used for the walking control of a biped robot. Furthermore, the remote communication module is designed for the remote control of a robot. Finally, experimental results show that the developed system can achieve satisfactory control performance for the walking control of a high-order nonlinear biped robot.
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