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Handiski simulator performance under PSO-based washout and control parameters optimization

Abstract : The transfer of advanced technology to the person with a disability who wishes to practice a sporting activity is gaining momentum in the science/engineering world. This paper seeks to approve more comfort and sensations for people with paraplegia on a motion simulation platform during a ski operation. The Motion Cueing Algorithm (MCA) has proven itself for sensation reproduction, which we propose to improve by integrating the physical limits of our 8-DoF mechatronics platform. An extended classical MCA is proposed to respond to the significant lack of restored sensation in the intermediate frequency range. A Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) is constructed to perform optimal washout filter parameters and control law parameters. Consequently, the reproduced skier trajectory stability is obtained. The results show that the proposed algorithm will overcome the physical limitation problem in the Handiski simulator, improve the realism of movement sensation, and reduce the false cues to enhance dynamic fidelity.
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Taha Houda, Lotfi Beji, Ali Amouri, Malik Mallem. Handiski simulator performance under PSO-based washout and control parameters optimization. Nonlinear Dynamics, Springer Verlag, In press, ⟨10.1007/s11071-022-07626-w⟩. ⟨hal-03719503⟩



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