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John R Rebula
John R Rebula
Senior Research Scientist, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
Verified email at umich.edu
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Capturability-based analysis and control of legged locomotion, Part 1: Theory and application to three simple gait models
T Koolen, T De Boer, J Rebula, A Goswami, J Pratt
The international journal of robotics research 31 (9), 1094-1113, 2012
5072012
Capturability-based analysis and control of legged locomotion, Part 2: Application to M2V2, a lower-body humanoid
J Pratt, T Koolen, T De Boer, J Rebula, S Cotton, J Carff, M Johnson, ...
The international journal of robotics research 31 (10), 1117-1133, 2012
3122012
A controller for the littledog quadruped walking on rough terrain
JR Rebula, PD Neuhaus, BV Bonnlander, MJ Johnson, JE Pratt
Proceedings 2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation …, 2007
1992007
Measurement of foot placement and its variability with inertial sensors
JR Rebula, LV Ojeda, PG Adamczyk, AD Kuo
Gait & posture 38 (4), 974-980, 2013
1722013
Learning capture points for humanoid push recovery
J Rebula, F Canas, J Pratt, A Goswami
2007 7th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots, 65-72, 2007
1062007
The cost of leg forces in bipedal locomotion: a simple optimization study
JR Rebula, AD Kuo
PloS one 10 (2), e0117384, 2015
412015
Influence of contextual task constraints on preferred stride parameters and their variabilities during human walking
LV Ojeda, JR Rebula, AD Kuo, PG Adamczyk
Medical Engineering & Physics 37 (10), 929-936, 2015
352015
Learning capture points for humanoid push recovery
J Pratt, A Goswami, J Rebula, F Canas
US Patent 8,195,332, 2012
342012
The yobotics-ihmc lower body humanoid robot
JE Pratt, B Krupp, V Ragusila, J Rebula, T Koolen, N van Nieuwenhuizen, ...
2009 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2009
312009
The stabilizing properties of foot yaw in human walking
JR Rebula, LV Ojeda, PG Adamczyk, AD Kuo
Journal of biomechanics 53, 1-8, 2017
302017
Humanoid robot that can dynamically walk with limited available footholds in the presence of disturbances
JE Pratt, T Koolen, J Rebula
US Patent 8,942,848, 2015
282015
Human walking in the real world: Interactions between terrain type, gait parameters, and energy expenditure
DB Kowalsky, JR Rebula, LV Ojeda, PG Adamczyk, AD Kuo
PLoS one 16 (1), e0228682, 2021
212021
Learning capture points for bipedal push recovery
JR Rebula, F Canas, JE Pratt, A Goswami
2008 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 1774-1774, 2008
192008
Mobile platform for motion capture of locomotion over long distances
L Ojeda, JR Rebula, PG Adamczyk, AD Kuo
Journal of biomechanics 46 (13), 2316-2319, 2013
152013
Reconstruction of body motion during self-reported losses of balance in community-dwelling older adults
LV Ojeda, PG Adamczyk, JR Rebula, LV Nyquist, DM Strasburg, ...
Medical engineering & physics 64, 86-92, 2019
122019
Human walking and running: It’s all in the redirection
JR Rebula, SM OConnor, AD Kuo
Dynamic Walking Conference, 2009
122009
A Robustness Analysis of Inverse Optimal Control of Bipedal Walking
J Rebula, S Schaal, J Finley, L Righetti
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, 2019
62019
Learning terrain cost maps
J Rebula, G Hill, B Bonnlander, M Johnson, P Neuhaus, C Perez, J Carff, ...
2008 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2217-2217, 2008
32008
A software library for design and visualization of adaptive controllers
JJR Rebula
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2006
22006
Wrong and Useful: Metrics to Assess Simple Walking Models
JR Rebula, L Righetti, S Schaal
2015
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