1 November 1992 Application of a real neural collision avoidance system based on the locust to AGV navigation
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Proceedings Volume 1826, Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XI: Biological, Neural Net, and 3D Methods; (1992) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.131594
Event: Applications in Optical Science and Engineering, 1992, Boston, MA, United States
Abstract
The superb aereal performance of flying insects is achieved with comparatively simple neural machinery. Insects react rapidly to changing visual images. The abilities of insects to perform these computations in real time has already led to a successful prototype autonomous guided vehicle with a sensor and control structure modelled on the fly eye. Increasingly in visual neuroscience it is possible to isolate the critical image cues used by identified neurones to achieve a selective response to a feature or group of features within the changing visual image. In this paper we describe a biological neural network based on the input organization of such an identified motion detecting neurone, which responds selectively to the images of an object approaching on a collision course with the animal. We compare the response of the artificial neural network with the biological neural network in the same colliding stimulus. This approach led to a series of testable predictions about the organization of the biological neural network.
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F. Claire Rind, F. Claire Rind, Charles R. Allen, Charles R. Allen, } "Application of a real neural collision avoidance system based on the locust to AGV navigation", Proc. SPIE 1826, Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XI: Biological, Neural Net, and 3D Methods, (1 November 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.131594; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.131594
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