Bio-inspired Emergent Control of Locomotion Systems

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World Scientific, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 198 pages
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This book deals with locomotion control of biologically inspired robots realized through an analog circuital paradigm as cellular nonlinear networks. It presents a general methodology for the control of bio-inspired robots and several case studies, as well as describes a new approach to motion control and the related circuit architecture.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
CNNbased Central Pattern Generators
9
CNNbased CPGs with sensory feedback and VLSI
43
Decentralized locomotion control
73
A gallery of bioinspired robots
101
attitude control and Motor
115
Turing patterns and autowaves
145
Conclusions
165
two tools for bio
171
Appendix B Design of the CNN circuit
177
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