Biomimetic strategies for motion camouflage

@inproceedings{Carey2007BiomimeticSF,
  title={Biomimetic strategies for motion camouflage},
  author={Nicole E Carey},
  year={2007}
}
  • Nicole E Carey
  • Published 2007
  • Computer Science
  • This thesis investigates the principles behind motion camouflage, in both the theoretical sense and as a subset of general interactive insect behavioural strategies. The theory of motion camouflage is explored, and an optimal-energy formula for motion camouflaged paths is developed using lagrangian mechanics. To determine the key dynamic variables used by insects to respond to one another while in flight, interactions between dragonflies are analyzed and compared to satellite fly/wasp… CONTINUE READING
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