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Biophysics 586N: Introduction to Neuromorphic Engineering

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Research application of Neuromorphic Engineering
Webb2002.pdf Robots in invertebrate neuroscience Barbara Webb, Nature 417, 359-363 (16 May 2002)
Birch2002.pdf Cricket-based robots. M.C.Birch, R.D.Quinn, G.Hahm, S.M.Phillips, B.T.Drennan. Andrew J. Fife, R.D.Beer, X.Yu, S.L.Garverick, S.Laksanacharoen, A.J.Pollack, R.E.Ritzmann; IEEE Robotics & Automation magazine. 2002 9(4), p. 20- 30
Webb2000.pdf Integrating sensorimotor systems in a robot model of cricket behavior Barbara H. Webb, Reid R. Harrison, Proceedings of SPIE -- Volume 4196, 2000
Grasso2000.pdf Biomimetic robot lobster performs chemo-orientation in turbulence using a pair of spatially separated sensors: Progress and challenges Frank W. Grasso, Thomas R. Consi, David C. Mountain, Jelle Atema
Yamada2003.pdf Winding and Task Control of Snake Like Robot Masaki Yamakita, Takeshi Yamada, Kenta Tanaka
Vaidyanathan2000.pdf A hydrostatic robot for marine applications. M R.Vaidyanathan, H.J.Chiel, R.D.Quinn Robotics and autonomous systems 30 (2000), 103-113
Ijspeert2007.pdf From Swimming to Walking with a Salamander Robot Driven by a Spinal Cord Model Auke Jan Ijspeert, Alessandro Crespi, Dimitri Ryczko, Jean-Marie Cabelguen, Science 9 March 2007: Vol. 315. no. 5817, pp. 1416 - 1420
Klaasen2003.pdf Biologically Inspired Robot Design and Modeling Klaassen R. Linnemann D. Spenneberg F. Kirchner Proceedings of ICAR 2003 The 11th International Conference on Advanced Robotics Coimbra, Portugal, June 30 - July 3, 2003
Quinn1998.pdf Construction of a Hexapod Robot with Cockroach Kinematics Benefits both Robotics and Biology Quinn, R. D. and Ritzmann, R. E. Connection Science, 10(3-4), December 1998.
Quinn2001.pdf Insect Designs for Improved Robot Mobility Quinn, R.D., Nelson, G.M., Bachmann, R.J., Kingsley, D.A., Offi, J. and Ritzmann, R. E.In Proc. of Climbing and Walking Robots Conference (CLAWAR01), Professional Engineering Publications, edited by Berns and Dillmann, Karlsruhe, Germany, pp. 69-76.
Quinn2002.pdf Improved Mobility Through Abstracted Biological Principles Quinn, R.D., Kingsley, D.A., Offi, J.T. and Ritzmann, R.E., (2002), IEEE Int. Conf. On Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS'02), Lausanne, Switzerland.
Rutkowski2004.pdf A Robotic Platform for Testing Moth-Inspired Plume TrackingStrategies Rutkowski, A.J., Edwards, S., Willis, M.A., and R.D. Quinn IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA'04), New Orleans.
Lewinger2005.pdf Insect-like Antennal Sensing for Climbing and Tunneling Behavior in a Biologically-inspired Mobile Robot Lewinger, W.A., C.M. Harley, R.E. Ritzmann, M.S. Branicky, and R.D. Quinn. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA'05) Proceedings, Barcelona, Spain, April 18-22, 2005.
Lewinger2006.pdf Obstacle Avoidance Behavior for a Biologically-Inspired Mobile Robot Using Binaural Ultrasonic Sensors Lewinger, W.A., M.S. Watson, and R.D. Quinn. (2006) Proceeding of the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS'06), Beijing, China, October 9-13, 2006.
Conradt2003.pdf Distributed Central Pattern Generator Control for a Serpentine Robot Jörg Conradt, Paulina Varshavskaya, reference ???
Barrera2007.pdf Bio-inspired Model of Robot Spatial Cognition: Topological Place Recognition and Target Learning Barrera, Alejandra Weitzenfeld, Alfredo , Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation, 2007. CIRA 2007. International Symposium on Publication Date: 20-23 June 2007, p. 61-66
Neurons: reality and models
My favorite source of readings for neuron firing types and neuronal models is the Book of GENESIS - GEneral NEural SImulation System.
For ENGINEERS: biology of neurons
Chapter 7 Ion Channels in Bursting neurons. It's a long chapter. For our purposes we only need parts 7.1-7.4. If you are an non-biologist and have not dealt with neuronal firing in detail before, read parts 7.1-7.3. David Beeman and James M. Bower
Mendelowitz1996.pdf Firing properties of identified parasympathetic cardiac neurons in nucleus ambiguus D. Mendelowitz, Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 271: H2609-H2614, 1996
For BIOLOGISTS: modeling of neurons
Chapter 2 Compartmental Modeling - parts 2.1 and 2.2 James M. Bower and David Beeman
Chapter 4 The Hodgkin-Huxley Model - parts 4.2 and 4.3. Don't get bogged down in mathematical details. Get the big picture. Mark Nelson and John Rinzel
Another useful book on neuronal modeling is Spiking Neuron Models by Wulfram Gerstner and Werner M. Kistler, but I did not find it as good as GENESIS. Your experience may be different.
Philipp Hafliger !!!! Real Neurons and Neuronal Models
Jolivet2004.pdf Generalized Integrate-and-Fire Models of Neuronal Activity Approximate Spike Trains of a Detailed Model to a High Degree of Accuracy Renaud Jolivet, Timothy J. Lewis, and Wulfram Gerstner, J Neurophysiol 92: 959-976, 2004;
Brette2005.pdf Adaptive Exponential Integrate-and-Fire Model as an Effective Description of Neuronal Activity Romain Brette and Wulfram Gerstner, J Neurophysiol 94: 3637-3642, 2005
Breen2003.pdf Hybrid Integrate-and-Fire Model of a Bursting Neuron Barbara J. Breen, William C. Gerken, Robert J. Butera, Jr., (Neural Computation. 2003;15:2843-2862.)
Bezzi2004.pdf An integrate-and-fire model of a cerebellar granule cell. Michele Bezzi, Thierry Nieusb, Olivier J.-M. Coenena and Egidio D'Angelo, Neurocomputing, Volumes 58-60, June 2004, Pages 593-598
A very good resource on the work of Hodgkin and Huxley that combines description of experiments with model.
Schaik2001.pdf Building blocks for electronic spiking neural networks A. van Schaik, Neural Networks Volume 14, Issues 6-7, 9 July 2001, Pages 617-628
Hafliger1996.pdf A Spike-Based Learning Neuron in Analog VLSI P. Hafliger, M. Mahowald, L. Watts, Proceedings of the the Ninth Neural Information Processing Systems Conference, 1996.
Peasgood2003.pdf A novel electrical model of nerve and muscle using Pspice W Peasgood, L A Dissado, C K Lam, A Armstrong and W Wood, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 36 311-329 2003
Synapse: reality and models
For ENGINEERS: physiology of synapses
Lisman2007.pdf The sequence of events that underlie quantal transmission at central glutamatergic synapses John E. Lisman, Sridhar Raghavachari & Richard W. Tsien, Nature Reviews Neuroscience 8, 597-609 (August 2007)
Raymond2007.pdf LTP forms 1, 2 and 3: different mechanisms for the long in long-term potentiation Clarke R. Raymond, Trends in Neurosciences Volume 30, Issue 4, April 2007, Pages 167-175
For BIOLOGISTS: modeling of synapses
We will use the Book of GENESIS again.
Chapter 6 Temporal Interactions Between Post-Synaptic Potentials - part 6.3 talks about computer simulations of synaptic potentials. Idan Segev
Boegerhausen2003.pdf Modeling Short-Term Synaptic Depression in Silicon Malte Boegerhausen, Pascal Suter, Shih-Chii Liu, Neural Computation. 2003;15:331-348
Schaik2001.pdf Building blocks for electronic spiking neural networks A. van Schaik, Neural Networks Volume 14, Issues 6-7, 9 July 2001, Pages 617-628
Badoni2006.pdf An aVLSI Recurrent Network of Spiking Neurons with Reconfigurable and Plastic Synapses. Davide Badoni, Vittorio Dante, ISCAS 2006, p 1227
Indiveri2006.pdf A VLSI Array of Low-Power Spiking Neurons, and Bistable Synapses With Spike-Timing, Dependent Plasticity. Giacomo Indiveri, EEE TRANSACTIONS ON NEURAL NETWORKS, VOL. 17, NO. 1, JANUARY 2006
Watts1992.pdf Designing Networks of Spiking Silicon Neurons and Synapses L. Watts, Proceedings of Computation and Neural Systems Meeting CNS*92, San Francisco, CA, 1992.
Shi2003.pdf A Summating, Exponentially-Decaying CMOS Synapse for Spiking Neural Systems Rock Z. Shi, Timothy Horiuchi, NIPS 2003
Muscles, muscle-like actuators, and neuromuscular junctions.
An awesome book on anatomy and physiology has the muscle chapters posted online: "Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology" Frederic Martini, William C. Ober, Claire W. Garrison, Kathleen Welch, Ralph T. Hutchings, Prentice Hall College Div; 5th Bk&Cdr edition (January 2001). Please read especially part 4 of chapter 10, CONTRACTION OF SKELETAL MUSCLE, and part 5 of chapter 10, MUSCLE MECHANICS. Energetics of Muscular Activity you don't need.
IN-DEPTH: neuromuscular junction
Hughes2006.pdf Molecular architecture of the neuromuscular junction Benjamin W. Hughes, Linda L. Kusner, Henry J. Kaminski, Muscle & Nerve, Volume 33, Issue 4, Pages 445 - 461
Bewick2004.pdf Maintenance of transmitter release from neuromuscular junctions with different patterns of usage in vivo. Guy S. Bewick, Journal of Neurocytology, Volume 32, Numbers 5-8 / June, 2003, Pages 473-487
Wilkinson2003.pdf The nerve-muscle synapse of the garter snake. Wilkinson R.S., Teng H., Journal of Neurocytology, Volume 32, Numbers 5-8 / June, 2003, Pages 523-538
Muscle-like actuators
Meijer2001.pdf Muscle-like actuators? A comparison between three electroactive polymers. Kenneth Meijer, Marc S. Rosenthal, and Robert J. Full, Proceedings of SPIE -- Volume 4329 Smart Structures and Materials 2001: Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, Yoseph Bar-Cohen, Editor, July 2001, pp. 7-15
*** Series Elastic Actuators
Santa1996.pdf Characterization and modelling of a conducting polymer muscle-like linear actuator A Della Santa, D De Rossi and A Mazzoldi, Smart Mater. Struct. 6 (1997) 23­34.
Liu2000.pdf Multilayer Hydrogels as Muscle-Like Actuators Z. Liu, P. Calvert, Advanced Materials, Volume 12, Issue 4 , Pages 288 - 291
Feinberg2007.pdf Muscular Thin Films for Building Actuators and Powering Devices Adam W. Feinberg, Alex Feigel, Sergey S. Shevkoplyas, Sean Sheehy, George M. Whitesides, Kevin Kit Parker, Science 7 September 2007: Vol. 317. no. 5843, pp. 1366 - 1370
Learning, adaptation
Hafliger1996.pdf A Spike-Based Learning Neuron in Analog VLSI P. Hafliger, M. Mahowald, L. Watts, Proceedings of the the Ninth Neural Information Processing Systems Conference, 1996.
Elliot2002.pdf Coupling an aVLSI neuromorphic vision chip to a neurotrophic model of synaptic plasticity: The development of topography. Elliott, T. and Kramer, J. (2002) Neural Computation 14 pp. 2353-2370.
Badoni2006.pdf An aVLSI Recurrent Network of Spiking Neurons with Reconfigurable and Plastic Synapses. Davide Badoni, Vittorio Dante, ISCAS 2006, p 1227
Boegerhausen2003.pdf Modeling Short-Term Synaptic Depression in Silicon Malte Boegerhausen, Pascal Suter, Shih-Chii Liu, Neural Computation. 2003;15:331-348
Langlois2000.pdf Analogue circuits of a learning spiking neuron model Nicolas Langlois, Pierre MichC, Abdelaziz Bensrhair
Indiveri2006.pdf A VLSI Array of Low-Power Spiking Neurons and Bistable Synapses With Spike-Timing Dependent Plasticity Giacomo Indiveri
Bofill_i_Petit2003.pdf Synchrony Detection by Analogue VLSI Neurons with Bimo dal STDP Synapses Adria Bofill-i-Petit, Alan F. Murray
Card1994.pdf Is VLSI Neural Learning Robust against Circuit Limitations? H. C. Card, B. K. Dolenko1, D. K. McNeill, C. R. Schneider, and R. S. Schneider
Schemmel.pdf Implementing Synaptic Plasticity in a VLSI Spiking Neural Network Model Johannes Schemmel, Andreas Grubl, Karlheinz Meier and Eilif Mueller
Schultz1995.pdf A silicon basis for synaptic plasticity Simon R. Schultz and Marwan A. Jabri
Hybrid systems
Herr.pdf A Swimming Robot Actuated by Living Muscle Tissue Hugh Herr, and Robert G. Dennis
Andersen2004.pdf Cognitive neural prosthetics R.A. Andersen, J.W. Burdick, S. Musallam, B. Pesaran and J.G. Cham, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Volume 8, Issue 11, November 2004, Pages 486-493
Simoni2000.pdf Development of Hybrid Systems: Interfacing a Silicon Neuron to a Leech Heart Interneuron Mario F. Simoni, Gennady S. Cymbalyuk, Michael Q. Sorensen, Ronald L. Calabrese, and Stephen P. DeWeerth
Neuromorphic sensory systems
Lewis2002a.pdf Perception Driven Robot Locomotion M. Anthony Lewis, Journal Robot Society of Japan, 2002, April 2002 20(3), 51-56
Indiveri.pdf Autonomous vehicle guidance using analog VLSI neuromorphic sensors Giacomo Indiveri and Paul Verschure
Elliot2002.pdf Coupling an aVLSI neuromorphic vision chip to a neurotrophic model of synaptic plasticity: The development of topography. Elliott, T. and Kramer, J. (2002) Neural Computation 14 pp. 2353-2370.
Weiland2005.pdf RETINAL PROSTHESIS James D. Weiland, Wentai Liu, and Mark S. Humayun, Annu. Rev. Biomed. Eng. 2005. 7:361­401
Martin.pdf Towards a Bacteriorhodopsin-Silicon Neuromorphic Photosensor C.H.Martin, Z.P.Chen, R.R.Birge
Etienne-Cummings.pdf Neuromorphic and Digital Hybrid Systems Ralph Etienne-Cummings, Jan Van der Spiegel, Paul Mueller
How to build robots - design papers, reviews, body parts

Wei2000.pdf A 5cm Autonomous Hopping Robot Wei, T., Nelson, G.M., Quinn, R.D., Verma, H., Garverick, S. (2000) IEEE Conf. on Robotics and Automation (ICRA '00), April 2000, San Francisco, CA.
Design of a Cricket Microrobot Birch, M.C., Quinn, R.D., Hahm, G., Phillips, S., Drennan, B., Fife, A., Verma, H., Beer, R.D., IEEE Conf. on Robotics and Automation (ICRA '00), April 2000, San Francisco, CA.
Colbrunn2001.pdf Design and Control of a Robotic Leg with Braided Pneumatic Actuators Colbrunn, R.W., Nelson, G.M., and Quinn, R.D. (2001) International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS '01), Maui, HI.
Kingsley2003.pdf A Cockroach Inspired Robot With Artificial Muscles Kingsley, D. A., Quinn, R. D., Ritzmann, R. E. International Symposium on Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines (AMAM 2003), Kyoto, Japan.
Daltorio2005.pdf A Small Wall-Walking Robot with Compliant, Adhesive Feet Daltorio K.A., Horchler A.D., Gorb S., Ritzmann R.E. and Quinn R.D. (2005) Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS '05), Edmonton, Canada.
Daltorio2005a.pdf A Robot that Climbs Walls using Micro-structured Polymer Feet Daltorio K.A., Gorb S., Peressadko A., Horchler A.D., Ritzmann R.E. and Quinn R.D. (2005) International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots (CLAWAR), London, U.K., Sept. 13-15, 2005.
Aschenbeck2006.pdf Design of a Quadruped Robot Driven by Air Muscles Aschenbeck, K.S., N.I. Kern, R.J. Bachmann, and R.D. Quinn (2006) IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob'06) Proceedings, Pisa, Italy, February 20-22, 2006.
AyersEtAl A Modular Behavioral-Based Architecture for Biomimetic Autonomous Underwater Robots Ayers., J., Zavracky, P., McGruer, N., Massa, D., Vorus, V., Mukherjee, R., Currie, S. (1998), in Mine Countermeasures Symposium. Naval Postgraduate School.
Hardware electronics - circuitry
Gait
Espenshied1993.pdf Leg Coordination Mechanisms in Stick Insect Applied to Hexapod Robot Locomotion Espenschied, K. S., Quinn, R. D., Chiel, H. J., and Beer, R. D., Adaptive Behavior, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 455-468, 1993.
Lewis2002.pdf Gait Adaptation in a Quadruped Robot Lewis M.A.; Bekey G.A; Autonomous Robots, Volume 12, Number 3, May 2002, pp. 301-312(12)
Gordon2007.pdf Learning to walk with a robotic ankle exoskeleton Keith E. Gordona, Daniel P. Ferris, Journal of Biomechanics 40 (2007) 2636-2644
Ijspeert2007.pdf From Swimming to Walking with a Salamander Robot Driven by a Spinal Cord Model Auke Jan Ijspeert, Alessandro Crespi, Dimitri Ryczko, Jean-Marie Cabelguen, Science 9 March 2007:Vol. 315. no. 5817, pp. 1416 - 1420
Ijspeert2006.pdf Gait Transition from Swimming to Walking: Investigation of Salamander Locomotion Control Using Nonlinear Oscillators Auke Jan Ijspeert and Jean-Marie Cabelguen, Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines, Springer Tokyo, 2006
Sviestins2007.pdf Speed Adaptation for a Robot Walking with a Human Emma Sviestins, Noriaki Mitsunaga, Takayuki Kanda, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Norihiro Hagita, Proceeding of the ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot interaction, 2007, Pages: 349 - 356
Stein2006.pdf Intersegmental transfer of sensory signals in the stick insect leg muscle control system Wolfgang Stein, Ansgar Buschges, Ulrich Bassler, J Neurobiol 66: 1253-1269, 2006
Schroer2004.pdf Comparing Cockroach and Whegs Robot Body Motions Robert T. Schroer, Matthew J. Boggess, Richard J. Bachmann, Roger D. Quinn1, Roy E. Ritzmann, IEEE Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA '04), New Orleans.
Albiez2006.pdf A Behaviour Network Concept for Controlling Walking Machines Hiroshi Kimura, Kazuo Tsuchiya, Akio Ishiguro and Hartmut Witte, Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines, Springer Tokyo, 2006
Dohi2002.pdf Hexapod Walking Robot for Agricultural field (I) - Mechanism of leg and gait control - M. Dohi, T. Fujiura, A. Yano, Pp. 196-203 in Automation Technology for Off-Road Equipment, Proceedings of the July 26-27, 2002 Conference (Chicago, Illinois, USA) Publication Date July 26, 2002.
Riek2001.pdf Let your feet do the walking: constraints on the stability of bipedal coordination. Riek S, Carson RG., Exp Brain Res. 2001 Feb;136(3):407-12
Cohen1999.pdf Sensorimotor Interactions During Locomotion: Principles Derived from Biological Systems Avis H. Cohen and David L. Boothe, Autonomous Robots, Volume 7, Number 3 / November, 1999, p. 239-245
Cohen2006.pdf Control Principles for Locomotion - Looking Toward Biology Avis H. Cohen, Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines, Springer Tokyo, 2006
Biological CPGs and their models
Chapter 8 in the Book of GENESIS provides an interesting way of looking at CPGs.Parts 8.2 and 8.3 are useful. Sharon Crook and Avis Cohen
GENERAL
Friesen1994.pdf Reciprocal inhibition: A mechanism underlying oscillatory animal movements W. Otto Friesen, Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews Volume 18, Issue 4, Winter 1994, Pages 547-553
Cohen2003.pdf Control Principles for Locomotion -Looking Toward Biology Avis H. Cohen, Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines, Springer Tokyo, 2006
BIPED AND QUADRUPED
Smith1998.pdf Motor patterns for different forms of walking: cues for the locomotor central pattern generator. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1998 Nov 16;860:452-5.
Mori2003.pdf Higher Nervous Control of Quadrupedal vs Bipedal Locomotion in Non-human Primates; Common and Specific Properties Shigemi Mori, Futoshi Mori and Katsumi Nakajima, Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines, Springer Tokyo, 2006
LEECH
Abbott1998.pdf Neurobiology: The analytical bend of the leech L. F. Abbott, Nature 391, 18-19 (1 January 1998)
Brodfuerer2001.pdf Identified neurons and leech swimming behavior Peter D. Brodfuehrer and Maria Stella E. Thorogood, Progress in Neurobiology Volume 63, Issue 4, March 2001, Pages 371-381
Lewis1998.pdf Quantitative Analysis of a Directed Behavior in the Medicinal leech: Implications for Organizing Motor Output John E. Lewis and William B. Kristan Jr, The Journal of Neuroscience, February 15, 1998, 18(4):1571-1582
Eisenhart2000.pdf A central pattern generator underlies crawling in the medicinal leech F. James Eisenhart, Timothy W. Cacciatore, William B. Kristan Jr, Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology, Volume 186, Numbers 7-8 / September, 2000
Cang2002.pdf Model for Intersegmental Coordination of Leech Swimming: Central and Sensory Mechanisms Jianhua Cang and W. Otto Friesen, J Neurophysiol 87: 2760-2769, 2002
Shaw1997.pdf The Neuronal Basis of the Behavioral Choice between Swimming and Shortening in the Leech: Control Is Not Selectively Exercised at Higher Circuit Levels Brian K. Shaw and William B. Kristan Jr., J. Neurosci. 1997, 17 (2): 786
MOLLUSCS and fish
Kemenes2001.pdf Multiple Types of Control by Identified Interneurons in a Sensory-Activated Rhythmic Motor Pattern György Kemenes, Kevin Staras, and Paul R. Benjamin, The Journal of Neuroscience, April 15, 2001, 21(8):2903-2911
Jing2001.pdf Neural Mechanisms of Motor Program Switching in Aplysia Jian Jing and Klaudiusz R. Weiss, J. Neurosci. 21 (18): 7349.
Fredman1983.pdf Command Neurons for Locomotion in Aplysia S.M. Fredman, B. Jahan-Parwar, JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY. Vol. 49, No. 5, May 1983
Grillner1995.pdf Neural networks that co-ordinate locomotion and body orientation in lamprey S. Grillner, T. Deliagina, A. El Manira, R. H. Hill, G. N. Orlovsky, P. Wallén, Ö. Ekeberg and A. Lansner, Trends in neurosciences, Volume 18, Issue 6, pp. 270-279 (1995)
Insect-like robots
Delcomyn2000.pdf Architectures for a biomimetic hexapod robot Fred Delcomyn, Mark E.Nelson, Robotics and Autonomous Systems Volume 30, Issues 1-2, 31 January 2000, Pages 5-15
Simulations of robots
Control and behavior, sensory integration
Espenshied1996.pdf Biologically-Based Distributed Control and Local Reflexes Improve Rough Terrain Locomotion in a Hexapod Robot Espenschied, K. S., Quinn, R. D., Chiel, H. J., and Beer, R. D., Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol. 18, pp. 59-64, 1996.
Pastor1996.pdf Properties of the Nociceptive Neurons of the Leech Segmental Ganglion. J. Pastor, B. Soria, C. Belmonte, J. Neurophysiol. 75:6, 1996
Kristian2002.pdf Decision-Making in the Leech Nervous System Teresa Esch and William B. Kristan, Jr, Integrative and Comparative Biology 2002 42(4):716-724
Nelson1999.pdf Posture Control of a Cockroach-like Robot Nelson, G. M. and Quinn, R. D., IEEE Control Systems, Vol. 19, No. 2, April 1999.
Horchler2003.pdf Robot Phonotaxis in the Wild: a Biologically Inspired Approach to Outdoor Sound Localization Horchler, A.D., Reeve, R.E., Webb, B.H., and Quinn, R.D., (2003) 11th International Conference on Advanced Robotics (ICAR'2003) Coimbra, Portugal, June 30 - July 3, 2003.
Date2000.pdf Locomotion Control of a Snake-Like Robot based on Dynamic Manipulability H.Date, Y.Hoshi, and M.Sampei, Proceedings of the 2000 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on lntelligent Robots and Systems
Delcomyn1999.pdf Walking Robots and the Central and Peripheral Control of Locomotion in Insects Fred Delcomyn, Autonomous Robots, Volume 7, Number 3, November, 1999
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