Energy efficient control of planar monopedal running through tunable damping

Seçer, Görkem
Saranlı, Uluç
Dynamic Walking Conference (4 - 07 Temmuz 2016)


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G. Seçer and U. Saranlı, “Energy efficient control of planar monopedal running through tunable damping,” presented at the Dynamic Walking Conference (4 - 07 Temmuz 2016), 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: