Spiking neural network configuration designed for switching between basic forms of movement in a biped robot
© Jaramillo-Avila and Rostro-González 2015
Published: 18 December 2015
Once the network topology is configured for one of the movements, a corresponding sequence of neurons is activated as follows:
Step forward: A-B-E-H-I-J-U-W
Step backward: A-B-F-L-K-V-M-X
Turn left: A-B-E-N-P-J-S-T
Turn right: C-D-G-Q-O-H-R-T
This work has been partially funded by the CONACYT Project 229839, the SEP- PRODEP project and the DAIP Project 444 (2014).
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