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Simulation kinematics model of a multi-legged mobile robot

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2 Author(s)
Al-Zaydi, M.Y. ; Center for AI & Robotics, Univ. of Technol. Malaysia, Johor, Malaysia ; Amin, S.H.M.

This paper addresses the kinematics modeling of a four legged mobile robot which has been developed to study the leg swinging and robot motion during locomotion. The robot motion is categorized into: The leg swinging motion as an open loop kinematics chain and the robot trunk motion relative to the feet during locomotion as a closed kinematics chain. Algorithms for solving the forward and inverse kinematics problems of these two categories have been developed. A closed kinematics chain algorithms of the whole robot structure is presented. This closed kinematics model is used in off-line animation of the robot motion in different cases and to simulate the stable wave gait in off-line programming. The robot motion by computer graphics is displayed

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Advanced Robotics, 1997. ICAR '97. Proceedings., 8th International Conference on

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7-9 Jul 1997

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