Intelligent Information department, Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science,
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The controller is designed based on the biomechanics model that can be human or other animal neuro-musculo-skeletal biomechanics model. Here, take the controller design of human-machine interactive device for an example, it can be used in many fields and controller development of many devices, such as, exoskeleton, rehabilitation robot, prosthesis and other interactive device with human. In traditional designing of human-machine interactive device, designers usually use sensors to do information transfer. Using neuro-musculo-skeletal model to design these devices, many sensors will be unnecessary and can directly adopt surface electromyography (sEMG) to represent human action intention, which makes up for the major drawbacks of the poorness reactivity caused by the time delay between the subject’s intention estimation and the control input applied to the device.