From living eyes to seeing machines
Anyone who has watched a kangaroo bounding rapidly through a dense forest, or seen a falcon swooping down to catch a field mouse knows that the animal kingdom has evolved fast, reliable, and precise visual systems. A fly evading a swat and executing a flawless landing on the rim of a teacup is the result of such a system. If animals are using clever short-cuts to vision and navigation, can they be exploited for other applications, such as robot design and novel algorithms? This book explores that possibility; the articles, written by scientists from evolutionary biology to computer science, are written with minimal technical jargon and invite a fresh approach to an area normally dominated by engineering methods.
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Beautifully edited collection of articles- they're all stand-alone, so I'll just describe one chapter contributed by Wehner: On the mechanisms employed by Saharan desert ants (Cataglyphis) in ... Read full review
Evolutionary Robotics: The Biology, Intelligence, and Technology of Self ...
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From Living Eyes to Seeing Machines
From Living Eyes to Seeing Machines. Selected Dataset:. FP5+FP6 IST, LT World, Pascal ... From Living Eyes to Seeing Machines. Type. Unknown Type. Authors ...
In: From Living Eyes to Seeing Machines, mv Srinivasan and S. Venkatesh (eds), Oxford University Press, uk pp. 174-198. mv Srinivasan, js Chahl and sw Zhang ...
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Evolution of visual resolution constrained by a trade-off
In mv Srinivasan & S. Venkatesh (Eds.), From living eyes to seeing machines (pp. 37-51). Oxford: Oxford University Press. ...
Bioinspired Engineering of Exploration Systems: A Horizon Sensor ...
Zhang, in From living eyes to seeing machines, mv. Srinivasan and S. Venkatesh (Editors), Oxford Univer-. sity Press, London, 1997, pp. 249–265. ...
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JSTOR: A Test Bed for Insect-Inspired Robotic Control
In From living eyes to seeing machines (ed. M. Srini- vasan & S. Venkatesh), pp. 226-248. Oxford University Press. Wehrhahn, C. 1984 Ocellar vision and ...
Welcome to IEEE Xplore 2.0: Fly-inspired visual steering of an ...
16, K. Weber, S. Venkatesh, and M. Srinivasan, “Insect inspired behaviors for the autonomous control of mobile robots,” From Living Eyes to Seeing Machines, ...
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Year: 1922 Author: Krancher. From Living Eyes to Seeing Machines. From Living Eyes to Seeing Machines. Year: 1977 Author: Srinivasan, mv & Venkatesh, S. ...
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REVIEW. mf Land. Motion and vision: why animals move their eyes. Accepted: 29 April 1999. Abstract Nearly all animals with good vision have a ...
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An overview of insect-inspired guidance for application in ground ...
In From Living Eyes to Seeing Machines (Eds mv. Srinivasan and S. Venkatesh), 1997, pp. 226–248 (Oxford. University Press, Oxford). 16 Srinivasan, mv Chahl, ...
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