Evolutionary generation of human-like bipedal locomotion

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@Article{Miyashita:2003:M,
  author =       "Kazuo Miyashita and Sooyol Ok and Kazunori Hase",
  title =        "Evolutionary generation of human-like bipedal
                 locomotion",
  journal =      "Mechatronics",
  year =         "2003",
  volume =       "13",
  number =       "8-9",
  pages =        "791--807",
  month =        oct,
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, GP,
                 Evolution, Bipedal locomotion, Neural oscillator,
                 Central pattern generator (CPG)",
  ISSN =         "0957-4158",
  URL =          "http://elsevier.lib.sjtu.edu.cn/cgi-bin/sciserv.pl?collection=journals&journal=09574158&issue=v13i8-9&article=791_egohbl",
  DOI =          "doi:10.1016/S0957-4158(03)00003-5",
  abstract =     "We show how the computational model, which simulates
                 the coordinated movements of human-like bipedal
                 locomotion, can be evolutionarily generated without
                 elaboration of manual coding. In the research of
                 biomechanical engineering, robotics and
                 neurophysiology, to clarify the mechanism of human
                 bipedal walking is of their major interest. It can
                 serve as a basis of developing several applications
                 such as rehabilitation tools and humanoid robots.
                 Nevertheless, because of complexity of human's neuronal
                 system that interacts with the body dynamics system to
                 make walking movements, much is left unknown about the
                 control mechanism of locomotion, and researchers were
                 looking for the optimal model of the neuronal system by
                 extensive efforts of trials and errors. In this paper,
                 we applied genetic programming to induce the model of
                 the nervous system automatically and showed its
                 effectiveness by simulating a human bipedal gait with
                 the obtained model. Our experimental results show some
                 promising evidences for evolutionary generation of the
                 human-like bipedal locomotion.",
  notes =        "Affiliations: a. AIST, Tsukuba East, Tsukuba, Ibaraki
                 305-8564, Japan b. CRL, 2-2-2, Hikaridai Seika-cho,
                 Kyoto 619-0288, Japan c. AIST, Tsukuba Central 6,
                 Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8566, Japan",
}

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