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RAS
2000
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Collision avoidance using a model of the locust LGMD neuron
The lobula giant movement detector (LGMD) system in the locust responds selectively to objects approaching the animal on a collision course. In earlier work we have presented a ne...
Mark Blanchard, F. Claire Rind, Paul F. M. J. Vers...
AROBOTS
2010
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Reactive direction control for a mobile robot: a locust-like control of escape direction emerges when a bilateral pair of model
Locusts possess a bilateral pair of uniquely identifiable visual neurons that respond vigorously to the image of an approaching object. These neurons are called the lobula giant m...
Shigang Yue, Roger D. Santer, Yoshifumi Yamawaki, ...
CVIU
2010
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A modified model for the Lobula Giant Movement Detector and its FPGA implementation
Bio-inspired vision sensors are particularly appropriate candidates for navigation of vehicles or mobile robots due to their computational simplicity, allowing compact hardware im...
Hongying Meng, Kofi Appiah, Shigang Yue, Andrew Hu...
AROBOTS
2006
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Flying over the reality gap: From simulated to real indoor airships
Because of their ability to naturally float in the air, indoor airships (often called blimps) constitute an appealing platform for research in aerial robotics. However, when confr...
Jean-Christophe Zufferey, Alexis Guanella, Antoine...
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