SIMULATION OF AN IMPEDANCE-CONTROLLED ROBOT INTERACTING WITH A REAL ENVIRONMENT USING HARDWARE-IN-THE-LOOP

Philippe Hamelin, Pascal Bigras, Sylvain Lemieux, and Michel Blain

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