Neurotechnology for Biomimetic Robots (Relié)

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The goal of neurotechnology is to confer the performance advantages of animal systems on robotic machines. Biomimetic robots differ from traditional robots... > Lire la suite
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The goal of neurotechnology is to confer the performance advantages of animal systems on robotic machines. Biomimetic robots differ from traditional robots in that they are agile, relatively cheap, and able to deal with real-world environments. The engineering of these robots requires a thorough understanding of the biological systems on which they are based, at both the biomechanical and physiological levels. This book provides an in-depth overview of the field. The areas covered include myomorphic actuators, which mimic muscle action ; neuromorphic sensors, which, like animal sensors, represent sensory modalities such as light, pressure, and motion in a labeled-line code ; biomimetic controllers, based on the relatively simple control systems of invertebrate animals ; and the autonomous behaviors that are based on an animal's selection of behaviors from a species-specific behavioral " library. " The ultimate goal is to develop a truly autonomous robot, one able to navigate and interact with its environment solely on the basis of sensory feedback without prompting from a human operator.
    • Biomimetic Flow and Contact
    • Fly-inspired VLSI Vision Sensors
    • Visual Servo System Based on a Biologically Inspired Scanning Sensor
    • Visual Sensors Using Eye Movements
    • Using Biology to Guide Development of an Artificial Olfactory System
    • SMA Actuators Applied to Biomimetic Underwater Robots
    • Engineering a Muscle : An Approach to Artificial Muscle Based on Field-Activated Electroactive Polymers
    • Polymer-Based MEMS Actuators for Biomimetics
    • A Piezoelectrically Actuated Mesoscale Robot Quadruped
    • Optimization of Swimming Locomotion by Genetic Algorithm
    • Biomechanical Primitives and Heterarchival Control of Limb Motion in Tetrapods
    • A Conservative Biomimetic Control Architecture for Autonomous Underwater Robots
    • Snake Robots for Search and Rescue
    • A Lamprey-Based Undulatory Vehicle
    • Biomimetics in Action : Design and Performance of an Autonomous Robotic Fish
    • Development of a Two-Jooint Dolphin Robot
    • Pectoral Fin Controllers
    • The Role of Reflexes versus Central Pattern Generators in Dynamical Legged Locomotion
    • A Decentralized, Biologically Based Network for Autonomous Control of (Hexapod) Walking
    • Toward the Development of Agile and Mission-Capable Legged Robots
    • A Biologically Inspired Approach Toward Robust Real-World Locomotion in Legged Robots
    • The Organization of Insect Locomotion Systems and COmputer-Based Flight Control in the Tobacco Hawkmoth
    • A Micromechanical Flying Insect Thorax
    • The Entomopter
    • Visual Homing without Image Matching
    • Phonotaxis in Crickets and Robots
    • Flow and Chemo-Sense for Robot and Loster Guidance in Tracking Chemical Sources in Turbulence
    • Sensory Fusion in Free-Flight Search Behavior of Fruit Flies
    • Visual Flight Control and Navigation in Honeybees : Applications to Robotics.
  • Date de parution : 30/08/2002
  • Editeur : Mit / Bradford
  • ISBN : 0-262-01193-X
  • EAN : 9780262011938
  • Présentation : Relié
  • Nb. de pages : 636 pages
  • Poids : 1.345 Kg
  • Dimensions : 18,5 cm × 26,0 cm × 3,8 cm
Joseph Ayers is Director of the Marine Science Center and Associate Professor of Biology at Northeastern University. Joel L. Davis is Program Officer, Cognitive, Neural, and Biomolecular Science and Technology Division, Office of Naval Research. Alan Rudolph is Program Manager in the Defense Sciences Office at DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

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