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Oculomotor control in a humanoid robot faces similar problems as biological oculomotor systems, that is, capturing targets accurately on a very narrow fovea, dealing with large delays in the control systems, the stabilization of gaze in the face of unknown perturbations of the body, selective...
Although most species are sensitive to various chemicals, and olfactory skills such as search strategies for finding nutritious substance are seemingly simple, these basic skills are still not fully understood. Traditionally, chemotaxis has been considered as the fundamental chemosensory...
In this article, a minimalistic model for learning and adaptation of visual homing is presented. Normalized Hebbian learning is used during exploration tours of a mobile robot to learn visual homing and to adapt to the sensory modalities. The sensors of the mobile robot (omnidirectional camera,...
This work presents biologically inspired engineering on the use of narrowband sonar in mobile robotics. It replicates, using robotics as a modeling medium, elements of how CF-FM bats process the constant frequency part of their emitted call for estimating Doppler shift in the echoes. The...
We present a system that models perception–action coupling through imitation and attention. Our interest is in imitation and in social learning more generally. Through social learning the experience of an agent is governed by the actions of an expert, and the structures that develop within the...
Autonomous vehicles with plume-tracing capabilities would be valuable for finding chemical sources in fluid flows. This article considers strategies allowing autonomous vehicles to find and trace an odor plume to its source. These strategies are inspired by the maneuvers of moths flying upwind...
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