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Evolutionary Humanoid RoboticsHumanoid Robots, Their Simulators, and the Reality Gap

Evolutionary Humanoid Robotics: Humanoid Robots, Their Simulators, and the Reality Gap [The field of humanoid robotics is concerned with the creation of robots which are broadly humanlike in their behaviour, their morphology, or both. The definition of what constitutes a humanoid robot is quite broad in the literature, so in this chapter we suggest our own abbreviated taxonomy. The idea of the creation of a being in mankind’s own image harks back into the realms of prehistory, one could even say back to the Genesis creation narrative, where a new creature named woman “because she was taken out of Man” was created from the rib of Adam.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Evolutionary Humanoid RoboticsHumanoid Robots, Their Simulators, and the Reality Gap

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Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Copyright
© The Author(s) 2015
ISBN
978-3-662-44598-3
Pages
33 –58
DOI
10.1007/978-3-662-44599-0_4
Publisher site
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Abstract

[The field of humanoid robotics is concerned with the creation of robots which are broadly humanlike in their behaviour, their morphology, or both. The definition of what constitutes a humanoid robot is quite broad in the literature, so in this chapter we suggest our own abbreviated taxonomy. The idea of the creation of a being in mankind’s own image harks back into the realms of prehistory, one could even say back to the Genesis creation narrative, where a new creature named woman “because she was taken out of Man” was created from the rib of Adam.]

Published: Feb 3, 2015

Keywords: Humanoid Robot; Real Robot; Quadrupedal Robot; Bipedal Locomotion; Robot Platform

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