Antennal movements in the honeybee: how complex tasks are solved by a simple neuronal system

Erber J, Pribbenow B (2000)
In: Prerational Intelligence. Adaptive behaviour and intelligent systems without symbols and logic. Cruse H, Dean J, Ritter H (Eds);Kluwer: 109-121.

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Erber J, Pribbenow B. Antennal movements in the honeybee: how complex tasks are solved by a simple neuronal system. In: Cruse H, Dean J, Ritter H, eds. Prerational Intelligence. Adaptive behaviour and intelligent systems without symbols and logic. Kluwer; 2000: 109-121.
Erber, J., & Pribbenow, B. (2000). Antennal movements in the honeybee: how complex tasks are solved by a simple neuronal system. In H. Cruse, J. Dean, & H. Ritter (Eds.), Prerational Intelligence. Adaptive behaviour and intelligent systems without symbols and logic (pp. 109-121). Kluwer.
Erber, J., and Pribbenow, B. (2000). “Antennal movements in the honeybee: how complex tasks are solved by a simple neuronal system” in Prerational Intelligence. Adaptive behaviour and intelligent systems without symbols and logic, ed. H. Cruse, J. Dean, and H. Ritter (Kluwer), 109-121.
Erber, J., & Pribbenow, B., 2000. Antennal movements in the honeybee: how complex tasks are solved by a simple neuronal system. In H. Cruse, J. Dean, & H. Ritter, eds. Prerational Intelligence. Adaptive behaviour and intelligent systems without symbols and logic. Kluwer, pp. 109-121.
J. Erber and B. Pribbenow, “Antennal movements in the honeybee: how complex tasks are solved by a simple neuronal system”, Prerational Intelligence. Adaptive behaviour and intelligent systems without symbols and logic, H. Cruse, J. Dean, and H. Ritter, eds., Kluwer, 2000, pp.109-121.
Erber, J., Pribbenow, B.: Antennal movements in the honeybee: how complex tasks are solved by a simple neuronal system. In: Cruse, H., Dean, J., and Ritter, H. (eds.) Prerational Intelligence. Adaptive behaviour and intelligent systems without symbols and logic. p. 109-121. Kluwer (2000).
Erber, J., and Pribbenow, B. “Antennal movements in the honeybee: how complex tasks are solved by a simple neuronal system”. Prerational Intelligence. Adaptive behaviour and intelligent systems without symbols and logic. Ed. Holk Cruse, J. Dean, and Helge Ritter. Kluwer, 2000. 109-121.
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