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Robocup: Improving Walking


O. Sylejmani

Bachelor Thesis, FS15 (10424)

This bachelor thesis is about understanding and improving the walking parameters of the NAO robot. The focus of the thesis was a detailed analysis of the robot's walking engine. Since our team's code is based on another team's code base, I investigated high-level walking parameters. These parameters were provided by the NaoQi (an application interface) and the B-Human framework. The main goal was to optimize these parameters, to make the robot walk faster and more stable. Why is this important? Being rst at the ball and execute an action is critical, therefore the need for higher velocity. In the 2014 German Open, the Z-Knipsers had the most fallen robots, therefore the need for improved stabilization.

Supervisors: Khoa Nguyen, John Lygeros


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(13)Semester/Bachelor Thesis

J. Lygeros

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