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  • Bioinspired Implementation and Assessment of a Remote-Controlled Robot. [Journal Article]
    Appl Bionics Biomech 2019; 2019:8575607Rybarczyk Y, Carvalho DG
  • Daily activities are characterized by an increasing interaction with smart machines that present a certain level of autonomy. However, the intelligence of such electronic devices is not always transparent for the end user. This study is aimed at assessing the quality of the remote control of a mobile robot whether the artefact exhibits a human-like behavior or not. The bioinspired behavior implem…
  • Robust PID control of quadrotors with power reduction analysis. [Journal Article]
    ISA Trans 2019Miranda-Colorado R, Aguilar LT
  • This paper presents a novel robust controller applied to a quadrotor vehicle for regulation and trajectory tracking tasks. In the proposed scheme, the quadrotor position is controlled by a proportional integral derivative (PID) controller, while the orientation control is achieved through a model-based controller. The proposed controller is combined with a power reduction methodology, which inclu…
  • Differences in swimming smoothness between elite and non-elite swimmers. [Journal Article]
    Sports Biomech 2019; :1-14Ganzevles SPM, Beek PJ, … Truijens MJ
  • The aim of the study was to investigate whether jerk cost (JC) can discriminate between swimming levels. Nine elite and nine non-elite swimmers swam a 50-m front-crawl sprint wearing a 3D accelerometer on their back between the inferior angles of the scapulae. Lap times and JC were calculated from the acceleration signal and compared between groups and between swimmers within a group. The elite s…
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