Direct control of an active tactile sensor using echo state networks

Krause AF, Bläsing B, Dürr V, Schack T (2009)
In: Human Centered Robot Systems. Cognition, Interaction, Technology. Ritter H, Sagerer G, Dillmann R, Buss M (Eds); Springer: 11-21.

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Tactile sensors (antennae) play an important role in the animal kingdom. They are also very useful as sensors in robotic scenarios, where vision systems may fail. Active tactile movements increase the sampling performance. Here we directly control movements of the antenna of a simulated hexapod using an echo state network (ESN). ESNs can store multiple motor patterns as attractors in a single network and generate novel patterns by combining and blending already learned patterns using bifurcation inputs.
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Krause AF, Bläsing B, Dürr V, Schack T. Direct control of an active tactile sensor using echo state networks. In: Ritter H, Sagerer G, Dillmann R, Buss M, eds. Human Centered Robot Systems. Cognition, Interaction, Technology. Springer; 2009: 11-21.
Krause, A. F., Bläsing, B., Dürr, V., & Schack, T. (2009). Direct control of an active tactile sensor using echo state networks. In H. Ritter, G. Sagerer, R. Dillmann, & M. Buss (Eds.), Human Centered Robot Systems. Cognition, Interaction, Technology (pp. 11-21). Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-10403-9_2
Krause, A. F., Bläsing, B., Dürr, V., and Schack, T. (2009). “Direct control of an active tactile sensor using echo state networks” in Human Centered Robot Systems. Cognition, Interaction, Technology, Ritter, H., Sagerer, G., Dillmann, R., and Buss, M. eds. (Springer), 11-21.
Krause, A.F., et al., 2009. Direct control of an active tactile sensor using echo state networks. In H. Ritter, et al., eds. Human Centered Robot Systems. Cognition, Interaction, Technology. Springer, pp. 11-21.
A.F. Krause, et al., “Direct control of an active tactile sensor using echo state networks”, Human Centered Robot Systems. Cognition, Interaction, Technology, H. Ritter, et al., eds., Springer, 2009, pp.11-21.
Krause, A.F., Bläsing, B., Dürr, V., Schack, T.: Direct control of an active tactile sensor using echo state networks. In: Ritter, H., Sagerer, G., Dillmann, R., and Buss, M. (eds.) Human Centered Robot Systems. Cognition, Interaction, Technology. p. 11-21. Springer (2009).
Krause, André Frank, Bläsing, Bettina, Dürr, Volker, and Schack, Thomas. “Direct control of an active tactile sensor using echo state networks”. Human Centered Robot Systems. Cognition, Interaction, Technology. Ed. H. Ritter, Gerhard Sagerer, R. Dillmann, and M. Buss. Springer, 2009. 11-21.
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