Neuroethological concepts at work: Insect-inspired methods for visual robot navigation

Möller R, Vardy A, Gerstmayr L, Röben F, Kreft S (2008)
In: Biological Approaches for Engineering. Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton: 91-94.

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Möller R, Vardy A, Gerstmayr L, Röben F, Kreft S. Neuroethological concepts at work: Insect-inspired methods for visual robot navigation. In: Biological Approaches for Engineering. Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton; 2008: 91-94.
Möller, R., Vardy, A., Gerstmayr, L., Röben, F., & Kreft, S. (2008). Neuroethological concepts at work: Insect-inspired methods for visual robot navigation. Biological Approaches for Engineering, 91-94.
Möller, R., Vardy, A., Gerstmayr, L., Röben, F., and Kreft, S. (2008). “Neuroethological concepts at work: Insect-inspired methods for visual robot navigation” in Biological Approaches for Engineering (Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton), 91-94.
Möller, R., et al., 2008. Neuroethological concepts at work: Insect-inspired methods for visual robot navigation. In Biological Approaches for Engineering. Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, pp. 91-94.
R. Möller, et al., “Neuroethological concepts at work: Insect-inspired methods for visual robot navigation”, Biological Approaches for Engineering, Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, 2008, pp.91-94.
Möller, R., Vardy, A., Gerstmayr, L., Röben, F., Kreft, S.: Neuroethological concepts at work: Insect-inspired methods for visual robot navigation. Biological Approaches for Engineering. p. 91-94. Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton (2008).
Möller, Ralf, Vardy, Andrew, Gerstmayr, Lorenz, Röben, Frank, and Kreft, Sven. “Neuroethological concepts at work: Insect-inspired methods for visual robot navigation”. Biological Approaches for Engineering. Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, 2008. 91-94.
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