Edited By: Srinivasan Mandyam V and Svetha Venkatesh
271 pages, B/w photos, figs
Many creatures with small brains and simple nervous systems are astonishingly good at coping with the world around them. Do such creatures use clever short-cuts to vision and navigation, and if so, can these tricks be exploited to create new kinds of robots? These questions are answered in this book, which contains articles by experimental biologists as well as computer scientists.
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