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ROS-Neuro: A common middleware for neurorobotics
Recent years have seen a growing interest for the neurorobotics field, a new interdisciplinary research topic that aims at studying neuro-inspired approaches in robotics and at developing innovative human–machine interfaces. However, in most cases, evidence of interactions between robotics and neuroscience is currently scarce and the latest advances in both fields are often mutually neglected. One of the reasons for this limitation could be due to the lack of a common research framework thatdoi:10.5281/zenodo.4781027 fatcat:26kg574p6re3zfsgpkvdikkotm