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Barbara Webb
Barbara Webb
Professor, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
E-mail megerősítve itt: inf.ed.ac.uk - Kezdőlap
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Can robots make good models of biological behaviour?
B Webb
Behavioral and brain sciences 24 (6), 1033-1050, 2001
5132001
An anatomically constrained model for path integration in the bee brain
T Stone, B Webb, A Adden, NB Weddig, A Honkanen, R Templin, ...
Current Biology 27 (20), 3069-3085. e11, 2017
3222017
What does robotics offer animal behaviour?
B Webb
Animal behaviour 60 (5), 545-558, 2000
3032000
Neural mechanisms for prediction: do insects have forward models?
B Webb
Trends in neurosciences 27 (5), 278-282, 2004
2172004
Using robots to model animals: a cricket test
B Webb
Robotics and autonomous systems 16 (2-4), 117-134, 1995
1911995
Biorobotics
B Webb, T Consilvio
Mit Press, 2001
1872001
Robots in invertebrate neuroscience
B Webb
Nature 417 (6886), 359-363, 2002
1862002
A simple latency-dependent spiking-neuron model of cricket phonotaxis
B Webb, T Scutt
Biological cybernetics 82 (3), 247-269, 2000
1762000
Using an insect mushroom body circuit to encode route memory in complex natural environments
P Ardin, F Peng, M Mangan, K Lagogiannis, B Webb
PLoS computational biology 12 (2), e1004683, 2016
1672016
What is cognition?
T Bayne, D Brainard, RW Byrne, L Chittka, N Clayton, C Heyes, J Mather, ...
Current Biology 29 (13), R608-R615, 2019
1532019
Multimodal sensory integration in insects—towards insect brain control architectures
J Wessnitzer, B Webb
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 1 (3), 63, 2006
1532006
Neural mechanisms of insect navigation
B Webb, A Wystrach
Current Opinion in Insect Science 15, 27-39, 2016
1462016
Optimal cue integration in ants
A Wystrach, M Mangan, B Webb
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1816), 20151484, 2015
1282015
Spontaneous formation of multiple routes in individual desert ants (Cataglyphis velox)
M Mangan, B Webb
Behavioral Ecology 23 (5), 944-954, 2012
1282012
A robot attracted to the cricket species gryllus bimaculatus
HH Lund¹, B Webb, J Hallam¹
Fourth European Conference on Artificial Life, 246, 1997
1271997
Simulated and situated models of chemical trail following in ants
T Sharpe, B Webb
1241998
Robotic experiments in cricket phonotaxis
B Webb
1201994
Robot phonotaxis in the wild: a biologically inspired approach to outdoor sound localization
AD Horchler, RE Reeve, B Webb, RD Quinn
Advanced robotics 18 (8), 801-816, 2004
972004
New neural circuits for robot phonotaxis
RE Reeve, BH Webb
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 2003
932003
Mushroom bodies are required for learned visual navigation, but not for innate visual behavior, in ants
C Buehlmann, B Wozniak, R Goulard, B Webb, P Graham, JE Niven
Current Biology 30 (17), 3438-3443. e2, 2020
902020
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