Mustafa Mert Ankarali
Mustafa Mert Ankarali
Assistant Professor, Electrical & Electronics Eng., Middle East Technical University
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Approximate analytic solutions to non-symmetric stance trajectories of the passive Spring-Loaded Inverted Pendulum with damping
U Saranlı, Ö Arslan, MM Ankaralı, Ö Morgül
Nonlinear Dynamics 62 (4), 729-742, 2010
1052010
Feedback control as a framework for understanding tradeoffs in biology
NJ Cowan, MM Ankarali, JP Dyhr, MS Madhav, E Roth, S Sefati, ...
American Zoologist 54 (2), 223-237, 2014
942014
Stride-to-stride energy regulation for robust self-stability of a torque-actuated dissipative spring-mass hopper
MM Ankarali, U Saranli
Chaos 20 (3), 3121, 2010
852010
Control of underactuated planar pronking through an embedded spring-mass Hopper template
MM Ankaralı, U Saranlı
Autonomous Robots, 1-15, 2011
452011
Haptic feedback enhances rhythmic motor control by reducing variability, not improving convergence rate
MM Ankarali, H Tutkun Şen, A De, AM Okamura, NJ Cowan
Journal of neurophysiology 111 (6), 1286-1299, 2014
342014
Walking dynamics are symmetric (enough)
Ankaral 횤M Mert, S Sefati, MS Madhav, A Long, AJ Bastian, NJ Cowan
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12 (108), 20150209, 2015
252015
Body stiffness and damping depend sensitively on the timing of muscle activation in lampreys
ED Tytell, JA Carr, N Danos, C Wagenbach, CM Sullivan, T Kiemel, ...
Integrative and comparative biology 58 (5), 860-873, 2018
192018
System identification of rhythmic hybrid dynamical systems via discrete time harmonic transfer functions
MM Ankarali, NJ Cowan
53rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 1017-1022, 2014
182014
Inertial redirection of thrust forces for flight stabilization
A Demir, MM ANKARALI, JP Dyhr, KA Morgansen, TL Daniel, NJ Cowan
Adaptive Mobile Robotics, 239-246, 2012
182012
Frequency-domain subspace identification of linear time-periodic (LTP) systems
İ Uyanık, U Saranlı, MM Ankaralı, NJ Cowan, Ö Morgül
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 64 (6), 2529-2536, 2018
172018
Identification of a vertical hopping robot model via harmonic transfer functions
I Uyanık, MM Ankaralı, NJ Cowan, U Saranlı, Ö Morgül
Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control 38 (5), 501-511, 2016
172016
An analytical solution to the stance dynamics of passive spring-loaded inverted pendulum with damping
MM Ankarali, O Arslan, U Saranli
12th Int. Conf. on Climbing and Walking Robots and The Support Technologies …, 2009
172009
A dynamic model of running with a half-circular compliant leg
MM Ankarali, E Sayginer, Y Yazicioglu, A SARANLI, U SARANLI
Adaptive Mobile Robotics, 425-432, 2012
142012
Parametric identification of hybrid linear-time-periodic systems
İ Uyanık, U Saranlı, Ö Morgϋl, MM Ankaralı
IFAC-PapersOnLine 49 (9), 7-12, 2016
112016
Toward data-driven models of legged locomotion using harmonic transfer functions
I Uyanık, MM Ankaralı, NJ Cowan, Ö Morgül, U Saranlı
2015 International Conference on Advanced Robotics (ICAR), 357-362, 2015
102015
Control of underactuated planar hexapedal pronking through a dynamically embedded SLIP monopod
MM Ankaralı, U Saranlı, A Saranlı
Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2010 IEEE International Conference on, 4721-4727, 2010
92010
Analysis and Control of a Dissipative Spring-Mass Hopper with Torque Actuation
MM Ankaralı, U Saranlı
apex 4 (6), 8, 0
9*
Feedback motion planning of unmanned surface vehicles via random sequential composition
E Ege, MM Ankarali
Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control 41 (12), 3321-3330, 2019
82019
Independent estimation of input and measurement delays for a hybrid vertical spring-mass-damper via harmonic transfer functions
İ Uyanik, MM Ankarali, NJ Cowan, U Saranli, Ö Morgül, H Özbay
IFAC-PapersOnLine 48 (12), 298-303, 2015
82015
Variability in locomotor dynamics reveals the critical role of feedback in task control
I Uyanik, S Sefati, SA Stamper, KA Cho, MM Ankarali, ES Fortune, ...
Elife 9, e51219, 2020
62020
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