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The aim of Evolutionary Robotics is to develop neural systems for behavior control of autonomous robots. For non-trivial behaviors or non-trivial machines the implementation effort for suitably specialized simulators and evolution environments is often very high. The Neurody-namics and Evolutionary Robotics Development kit (NERD), presented in this article,(More)
— This paper addresses a typical Humanoid problem , that of walking gaits. Creating a stable walking gait on a humanoid robot is a problem that is addressed by many roboticists worldwide. We want to focus on a similar issue that is often overlooked: recognition of different walking behaviours in humans and humanoid robots. We introduce a method that is able(More)
In this paper, we present our approach to studying bio-inspired navigation strategies on an autonomous flying robot. The robot is a quadrocopter that is based on technology from Mikrokopter and extended with several sensor systems, most of them inspired by sensors that animals use for navigating in their natural environment. Using a lightweight embedded(More)
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