A biologically inspired controller for hexapod walking: Simple solutions by exploiting physical properties

Schmitz J, Dean J, Kindermann T, Schumm M, Cruse H (2001)
Biological Bulletin 200(2): 195-200.

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Schmitz J, Dean J, Kindermann T, Schumm M, Cruse H. A biologically inspired controller for hexapod walking: Simple solutions by exploiting physical properties. Biological Bulletin. 2001;200(2):195-200.
Schmitz, J., Dean, J., Kindermann, T., Schumm, M., & Cruse, H. (2001). A biologically inspired controller for hexapod walking: Simple solutions by exploiting physical properties. Biological Bulletin, 200(2), 195-200. doi:10.2307/1543315
Schmitz, J., Dean, J., Kindermann, T., Schumm, M., and Cruse, H. (2001). A biologically inspired controller for hexapod walking: Simple solutions by exploiting physical properties. Biological Bulletin 200, 195-200.
Schmitz, J., et al., 2001. A biologically inspired controller for hexapod walking: Simple solutions by exploiting physical properties. Biological Bulletin, 200(2), p 195-200.
J. Schmitz, et al., “A biologically inspired controller for hexapod walking: Simple solutions by exploiting physical properties”, Biological Bulletin, vol. 200, 2001, pp. 195-200.
Schmitz, J., Dean, J., Kindermann, T., Schumm, M., Cruse, H.: A biologically inspired controller for hexapod walking: Simple solutions by exploiting physical properties. Biological Bulletin. 200, 195-200 (2001).
Schmitz, Josef, Dean, J., Kindermann, T., Schumm, M., and Cruse, Holk. “A biologically inspired controller for hexapod walking: Simple solutions by exploiting physical properties”. Biological Bulletin 200.2 (2001): 195-200.
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