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Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 A Model of Larval Biomechanics Reveals Exploitable Passive Properties for Efficient Locomotion
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    Chapter 2 Dynamic Walking with a Soft Limb Robot
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    Chapter 3 Worm-Like Robotic Locomotion with a Compliant Modular Mesh
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    Chapter 4 WormTIP: An Invertebrate Inspired Active Tactile Imaging Pneumostat
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    Chapter 5 Copying Nature - A Design of Hyper-Redundant Robot Joint/Support Based on Hydrostatic Skeleton
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    Chapter 6 An Under-Actuated and Adaptable Soft Robotic Gripper
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    Chapter 7 Measuring the Local Viscosity and Velocity of Fluids Using a Biomimetic Tactile Whisker
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    Chapter 8 Biomimicry of the Manduca Sexta Forewing Using SRT Protein Complex for FWMAV Development
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    Chapter 9 Correlating Kinetics and Kinematics of Earthworm Peristaltic Locomotion
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    Chapter 10 Visualizing Wakes in Swimming Locomotion of Xenopus-Noid by Using PIV
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    Chapter 11 Biomimetic approach for the creation of deployable canopies based on the unfolding of a beetle wing and the blooming of a flower
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    Chapter 12 Biomimetic Tactile Sensing Capsule
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    Chapter 13 Wings of a Feather Stick Together: Morphing Wings with Barbule-Inspired Latching
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    Chapter 14 Obstacle-Avoidance Navigation by an Autonomous Vehicle Inspired by a Bat Biosonar Strategy
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    Chapter 15 Development of Piezoelectric Artificial Cochlea Inspired by Human Hearing Organ
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    Chapter 16 Visual Odometry and Low Optic Flow Measurement by Means of a Vibrating Artificial Compound Eye
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    Chapter 17 Closed-Loop Control in an Autonomous Bio-hybrid Robot System Based on Binocular Neuronal Input
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    Chapter 18 MantisBot: A Platform for Investigating Mantis Behavior via Real-Time Neural Control
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    Chapter 19 Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems
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    Chapter 20 Route Following Without Scanning
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    Chapter 21 Using Animal Data and Neural Dynamics to Reverse Engineer a Neuromechanical Rat Model
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    Chapter 22 Entraining and Copying of Temporal Correlations in Dissociated Cultured Neurons
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    Chapter 23 Remodeling Muscle Cells by Inducing Mechanical Stimulus
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    Chapter 24 Integration of Biological Neural Models for the Control of Eye Movements in a Robotic Head
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    Chapter 25 Saying It with Light: A Pilot Study of Affective Communication Using the MIRO Robot
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    Chapter 26 Integrating Feedback and Predictive Control in a Bio-Inspired Model of Visual Pursuit Implemented on a Humanoid Robot
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    Chapter 27 Knowledge Transfer in Deep Block-Modular Neural Networks
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    Chapter 28 A Top-Down Approach for a Synthetic Autobiographical Memory System
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    Chapter 29 Crowdseeding: A Novel Approach for Designing Bioinspired Machines
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    Chapter 30 Studying the Coupled Learning of Procedural and Declarative Knowledge in Cognitive Robotics
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    Chapter 31 Damasio’s Somatic Marker for Social Robotics: Preliminary Implementation and Test
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    Chapter 32 Learning Sensory Correlations for 3D Egomotion Estimation
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    Chapter 33 How iCub Learns to Imitate Use of a Tool Quickly by Recycling the Past Knowledge Learnt During Drawing
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    Chapter 34 Children’s Age Influences Their Perceptions of a Humanoid Robot as Being Like a Person or Machine
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    Chapter 35 Help! I Can’t Reach the Buttons: Facilitating Helping Behaviors Towards Robots
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    Chapter 36 Tactile Language for a Head-Mounted Sensory Augmentation Device
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    Chapter 37 An Energetically-Autonomous Robotic Tadpole with Single Membrane Stomach and Tail
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    Chapter 38 Multi-objective Optimization of Multi-level Models for Controlling Animal Collective Behavior with Robots
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    Chapter 39 Effects of the Robot’s Role on Human-Robot Interaction in an Educational Scenario
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    Chapter 40 Adaptive Bio-inspired Signals for Better Object Characterisation
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    Chapter 41 Mechanical Improvements to TCERA, a Tunable Compliant Energy Return Actuator
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    Chapter 42 Active Control for Object Perception and Exploration with a Robotic Hand
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    Chapter 43 Fabrication of Electrocompacted Aligned Collagen Morphs for Cardiomyocyte Powered Living Machines
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    Chapter 44 Extending a Hippocampal Model for Navigation Around a Maze Generated from Real-World Data
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    Chapter 45 Towards a Two-Phase Model of Sensor and Motor Learning
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    Chapter 46 Telepresence: Immersion with the iCub Humanoid Robot and the Oculus Rift
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    Chapter 47 Biophilic Evolutionary Buildings that Restore the Experience of Animality in the City
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Title
Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems
Published by
Lecture notes in computer science, January 2015
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-22979-9
ISBNs
978-3-31-922978-2, 978-3-31-922979-9
Authors

Stuart P. Wilson, Paul F.M.J. Verschure, Anna Mura, Tony J. Prescott

Editors

Stuart P. Wilson, Paul F.M.J. Verschure, Anna Mura, Tony J. Prescott

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Geographical breakdown

Country Count As %
Unknown 91 100%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Ph. D. Student 3 3%
Professor 1 1%
Researcher 1 1%
Unknown 86 95%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Engineering 3 3%
Computer Science 1 1%
Neuroscience 1 1%
Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology 1 1%
Unknown 85 93%

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