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== Floating base dynamics EKF (extended kalman filter)  ==
 
== Floating base dynamics EKF (extended kalman filter)  ==
  
We investigated the problem of estimating the state of a floating base rigid body. The results of this investigation are reported in this brief presentation. The numerical experiments were conducted in matlab using nice EKF/UKF toolbox [http://becs.aalto.fi/en/research/bayes/ekfukf/ (EKF/UKF software website)].
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We investigated the problem of estimating the state of a floating base rigid body. The results of this investigation are reported in this brief presentation [[FILE:EKFpresentation.pdf]]. The numerical experiments were conducted in matlab using nice EKF/UKF toolbox [http://becs.aalto.fi/en/research/bayes/ekfukf/ (EKF/UKF software website)].
  
 
== MexInterface to WBI Model==
 
== MexInterface to WBI Model==

Revision as of 17:02, 30 July 2014

Sign up here for final presentations and demos. We invite you to describe what you have done during the school, you can show a demo with the real robot or the simulator or a video or just a couple of slides.

Wysiwyd

File:WYSIWYD Pres VV14 novideos.pdf

Poeticon

Xperience

MPC - Merge Point Clouds

Human Robot Interaction - Eye Tracking

Emergence of "Behaviors"

Self state/action/observation mapping through self experiences motivated by basic needs...

Visually guided grasping

Floating base dynamics EKF (extended kalman filter)

We investigated the problem of estimating the state of a floating base rigid body. The results of this investigation are reported in this brief presentation File:EKFpresentation.pdf. The numerical experiments were conducted in matlab using nice EKF/UKF toolbox (EKF/UKF software website).

MexInterface to WBI Model

Incremental Learning applications on iCub using the GURLS++ package

File:Project.pdf

The Torque Controller for the iCub Balancing On Single Support

Optimal control for iCub COM motion