Power usage reduction of humanoid standing process using Q-Learning
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An important area of research in humanoid robots is energy consumption, as it limits autonomy, and can harm task performance. This work focuses on power aware motion planning. Its principal aim is to find joint trajectories to allow for a humanoid robot to go from crouch to stand position while minimizing power consumption. Q-Learning (QL) is used to search for optimal joint paths subject to angular position and torque restrictions. A planar model of the humanoid is used, which interacts with QL during a simulated offline learning phase. The best joint trajectories found during learning are then executed by a physical humanoid robot, the Aldebaran NAO. Position, velocity, acceleration, and current of the humanoid system are measured to evaluate energy, mechanical power, and Center of Mass (CoM) in order to estimate the performance of the new trajectory which yield a considerable reduction in power consumption.
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