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Inertial mass controllers, including passive, semi-active and active strategies, have been extensively used for canceling human-induced vibrations in lightweight pedestrian structures. Codes to check the vibration serviceability and current controller design approaches assume that both excitation forces and controller forces are the same on a flexible structure and on a rigid structure. However, this fact may not be assumable since interaction phenomena arise even for moderately lightweightdoi:10.3389/fbuil.2021.658529 fatcat:eauqjhbnrrh3rp24d3qpwh2dai