Carlos Daniel Armenta Moreno
Carlos Daniel Armenta Moreno
Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France
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An extension of computed-torque control for parallel robots in ankle reeducation
J Alvarez, JC Arceo, C Armenta, J Lauber, M Bernal
IFAC-PapersOnLine 52 (11), 1-6, 2019
A novel identification-based convex control scheme via recurrent high-order neural networks: an application to the internal combustion engine
C Armenta, T Laurain, V Estrada-Manzo, M Bernal
Neural Processing Letters 51, 303-324, 2020
Identification-based linear control of a twin rotor MIMO system via dynamical neural networks
C Armenta, M Bernal, F Hernández, R Villafuerte
2017 14th International Conference on Electrical Engineering, Computing …, 2017
Computational reduction of optimal hybrid vehicle energy management
C Armenta, S Delprat, RR Negenborn, A Haseltalab, J Lauber, ...
IEEE Control Systems Letters 6, 25-30, 2020
Exact Takagi-Sugeno descriptor models of recurrent high-order neural networks for control applications
C Armenta, M Bernal, V Estrada-Manzo, A Sala
Computational and Applied Mathematics 39 (1), 29, 2020
A practical solution to implement nonlinear output regulation via dynamic mappings
C Armenta, J Álvarez, R Márquez, M Bernal
Kybernetika 55 (2), 385-401, 2019
Novel solutions on model-based and model-free robotic-assisted ankle rehabilitation
JC Arceo, J Álvarez, C Armenta, J Lauber, S Cremoux, ...
Archives of Control Sciences 31, 2021
Energy management of hybrid ships
CDA Moreno
Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France; Institut national des sciences …, 2022
ECMS for Energy Management of Hybrid Vessels via Quasi-LPV Control
CDA Moreno, S Delprat, G Hawksley, R Negenborn
EasyChair, 2022
ECMS for energy management of hybrid vessels via quasi-LPV control
C Armenta, RR Negenborn, S Delprat, G Hawksley
International Ship Control Systems Symposium 2022, 2022
Real-Time Output Regulation of a Twin Rotor MIMO System
J Alvarez, C Armenta, R Márquez, M Bernal
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