Introduction to the Special Issue on Biomorphic Robotics
LEMUR
RHex
Toward Mission Capable Legged Robots through Biological Inspiration
Certain Principles of Biomorphic Robots
High Performance Biomorphic Image Processing Under Tight Space and Power Constraints
Visual Sensor with Resolution Enhancement by Mechanical Vibrations*
A VLSI-Based Model of Azimuthal Echolocation in the Big Brown Bat
Active Sensing Capabilities of the Rat Whisker System
Smart Skins
Towards a Biorobotic Electrosensory System
Bio-Inspired Actuation and Sensing
Cerebellar Microcomplexes and the Modulation of Motor Pattern Generators
A Model of Cerebellar Computations for Dynamical State Estimation
An Hypothesis for a Novel Learning Mechanism in the Cerebellar Cortex
Parallel Fiber Coding in the Cerebellum for Life-Long Learning
Biologically-Inspired Collective Control for an Autonomous Robotic Arm
The Neurally Controlled Animat
Evolution of Plastic Control Networks
Pheromone Robotics
Cognitive Maps for Planetary Rovers*
Ethology as an Inspiration for Adaptive Behavior Synthesis in Autonomous Planetary Rovers
Biologically Inspired Autonomous Rover Control*