6 mars 2017

Nicolas Perrin (UPMC)

Humans typically do not realize how much intelligence is required to perform usual motions.
One of the reasons why we are so good at motion control seems to be that we can abstract continuous inputs and outputs and their relationships with great flexibility, and perhaps reason almost symbolically on these abstractions. This observation leads to the temptation to tackle humanoid robot motion problems with discrete abstractions and formal methods.