Bionic Control of Cheetah Bounding with a Segmented Spine

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Wang, Chunlei; Wang, Shigang;

A cheetah model is built to mimic real cheetah and its mechanical and dimensional parameters are derived from the real cheetah. In particular, two joints in spine and four joints in a leg are used to realize the motion of segmented spine and segmented legs which are the... View more
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