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    Author(s)Luca Patanè and Paolo Arena
    PublisherSPRINGER
    ISBN9783319023618
    Pages371
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearDecember 2013

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    SPRINGER Spatial Temporal Patterns For Actionv Oriented Perception In Roving Robots II by Luca Patanè and Paolo Arena

    This book presents the result of a joint effort from different European Institutions within the framework of the EU funded project called SPARK II, devoted to device an insect brain computational model, useful to be embedded into autonomous robotic agents. Part I reports the biological background on Drosophila melanogaster with particular attention to the main centers which are used as building blocks for the implementation of the insect brain computational model. Part II reports the mathematical approach to model the Central Pattern Generator used for the gait generation in a six-legged robot. Also the Reaction-diffusion principles in non-linear lattices are exploited to develop a compact internal representation of a dynamically changing environment for behavioral planning. In Part III a software/hardware framework, developed to integrate the insect brain computational model in a simulated/real robotic platform, is illustrated. The different robots used for the experiments are also described. Moreover the problems related to the vision system were addressed proposing robust solutions for object identification and feature extraction.