Cybernetic systems of limb movements in man, animals, and robots
Investigates the design of anthropomorphic systems & cybernetic machines. Uses systems theory, automatic control, & metrology of mecahnical & biological parameters to examine aspects of biocybernetics.
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System Description of Body Subsystems General Prin
Involved in Movement of Man
Bionic System Models of Manipulators and Robots
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automaton autonom biocybernetic biological biomechanical features bionic block diagram body bone centre of gravity circuit coefficient component control system cybernetic defined degree of anthropomorphism degrees of freedom denoted described determined dynamic effector elements empty set energy sources environment equation example external Fidelus force gait given in Fig horizontal industrial robots input investigations isolated muscle joints kinematic pairs kip-up legs limb locomotion logistic curve lower extremities man's maximum mechanical mechanical efficiency Morecki motor number of degrees observation system obtained operational autonomy orthoses output pairs parameters partially anthropomorphic pedipulators pole pole vault Practice of Robots presented in Fig problem programme prostheses receptors rehabilitation rest intervals Robots and Manipulators semirobot sense servomotors shown in Fig signal ski-turn specific stance phase stimulation structural number SUB-SYSTEM supercompensation supply system system theory tion upper extremities values velocity WABOT walking machine Warsaw Warsaw Technical University