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Moth-Inspired Plume Tracking Strategies In Three-Dimensions

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Moth-Inspired Plume Tracking Strategies In Three-Dimensions
Abstract—Two simple three-dimensional moth inspired odortracking algorithms, Counter-turner and Modified counterturner, were tested on a robotic platform. The Counter-turner uses the plume edge to modify the timing of the crosswind movements, while the Modified counter-turner uses the plume centerline. Both algorithms shows some success in tracking the plume to it’s source. In addition, flight tracks show promise in mimicking the flight tracks observed in biological experiments with the moth Manduca. Sexta. Keywords- Biologically Inspired Systems, moth, plume tracking, Robot Sensing and Sensor Fusion, wind tunnel
Shaun Edwards, Adam J. Rutkowski, Roger D. Quinn,
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICRA
Authors Shaun Edwards, Adam J. Rutkowski, Roger D. Quinn, Mark A. Willis
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