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The meeting concluded with a general discussion which reflected that the day had provided a great deal of intellectual stimulation, thanks in large part to the excellence of the invited talks, and had strengthened the belief of many that neurorobotic modeling is an in dispensable and uniquely...
This article presents a project that aims at understanding the neural circuitry controlling salamander locomotion, and developing an amphibious salamander-like robot capable of replicating its bimodal locomotion, namely swimming and terrestrial walking. The controllers of the robot are central...
We describe Darwin X, a physical device that interacts with a real environment, whose behavior is guided by a simulated nervous system incorporating aspects of the detailed anatomy and physiology of the hippocampus and its surrounding regions. This brain-based device integrates cues from its...
Several studies in rats support the idea of multiple neural systems competing to select the best action for reaching a goal or food location. Locale navigation strategies, necessary for reaching invisible goals, seem to be mediated by the hippocampus and the ventral and dorsomedial striatum...
Embodied agents (organisms and robots) are situated in specific environments sampled by their sensors and within which they carry out motor activity. Their control architectures or nervous systems attend to and process streams of sensory stimulation, and ultimately generate sequences of motor...
We constructed a simulated spiking neural network model to investigate the effects of random background stimulation on the dynamics of network activity patterns and tetanus induced network plasticity. The simulated model was a “leaky integrate-and-fire” (LIF) neural model with...
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