Estimating position and velocity of a submerged moving object by the clawed frog Xenopus and by fish—A cybernetic approach

@article{Franosch2005EstimatingPA,
  title={Estimating position and velocity of a submerged moving object by the clawed frog Xenopus and by fish—A cybernetic approach},
  author={Jan-Moritz P. Franosch and Andreas B. Sichert and Maria D. Suttner and J. Leo van Hemmen},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={93},
  pages={231-238}
}
The lateral-line system is a unique facility of aquatic animals to locate predator, prey, or conspecifics. We present a detailed model of how the clawed frog Xenopus, or fish, can localize submerged moving objects in three dimensions by using their lateral-line system. In so doing we develop two models of a slightly different nature. First, we exploit the characteristic properties of the velocity field, such as zeros and maxima or minima, that a moving object generates at the lateral-line… CONTINUE READING
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