Biologically Inspired Intelligent Robots
Yoseph Bar-Cohen, Cynthia L. Breazeal
SPIE Press, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 393 pages
The multidisciplinary issues involved in the development of biologically inspired intelligent robots include materials, actuators, sensors, structures, functionality, control, intelligence, and autonomy. This book reviews various aspects ranging from the biological model to the vision for the future.
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Biological Inspiration for Musclelike Actuators
Biomimetic Animated Creatures
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