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A Domain-Specific Language (DSL) for Integrating Neuronal Networks in Robot Control
Proceedings of the 2015 Joint MORSE/VAO Workshop on Model-Driven Robot Software Engineering and View-based Software-Engineering - MORSE/VAO '15
Although robotics has made progress with respect to adaptability and interaction in natural environments, it cannot match the capabilities of biological systems. A promising approach to solve this problem is to create biologically plausible robot controllers that use detailed neuronal networks. However, this approach yields a large gap between the neuronal network and its connection to the robot on the one side and the technical implementation on the other. Existing approaches neglect bridgingdoi:10.1145/2802059.2802060 fatcat:2zr65463nfhjpeflj37ug72a5a