A paper that compares human quiet standing controller parameter identificaton with various methods.
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README.rst

Introduction

This is the source repository for the paper:

Moore, J.K. and van den Bogert, A. "Quiet Standing Controller Parameter Identification: A Comparison of Methods", 2015.

This repository contains or links to all of the information needed to reproduce the results in the paper.

The latest rendered version of the PDF can be viewed via the ShareLaTeX CI system:

License and Citation

The contents of this repository is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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If you make use of our work we ask that you cite us.

Get the source

First, navigate to a desired location on your file system and either clone the repository with Git [1] and change into the new directory:

$ git clone https://github.com/csu-hmc/inverted-pendulum-sys-id-paper.git
$ cd inverted-pendulum-sys-id-paper

or download with wget, unpack the zip file, and change into the new directory:

$ wget https://github.com/csu-hmc/inverted-pendulum-sys-id-paper/archive/master.zip
$ unzip inverted-pendulum-sys-id-paper-master.zip
$ cd inverted-pendulum-sys-id-paper-master
[1]Please use Git if you wish to contribute back to the repository. See CONTRIBUTING.rst for information on how to contribute.

Basic LaTeX Build Instructions

To build the pdf from the LaTeX source using the pre-generated figures and tables in the repository, make sure you have an up-to-date LaTeX distribution installed and run make from within the repository. The default make target will build the document, i.e.:

$ make

You can then view the document with your preferred PDF viewer. For example, Evince can be used:

$ evince paper.pdf

Software

The scripts used for the analysis is available in the src directory of this repository and depend primarily on the open source Python package opty developed for this paper.