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Neurobiologically inspired mobile robot navigation and planning.

Cuperlier N, Quoy M, Gaussier P - Front Neurorobot (2007)

Bottom Line: After a short review of biologically inspired navigation architectures, mainly relying on modeling the hippocampal anatomy, or at least some of its functions, we present a navigation and planning model for mobile robots.This architecture is based on a model of the hippocampal and prefrontal interactions.In particular, the system relies on the definition of a new cell type "transition cells" that encompasses traditional "place cells".

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Affiliation: LIMSI-CNRS France.

ABSTRACT
After a short review of biologically inspired navigation architectures, mainly relying on modeling the hippocampal anatomy, or at least some of its functions, we present a navigation and planning model for mobile robots. This architecture is based on a model of the hippocampal and prefrontal interactions. In particular, the system relies on the definition of a new cell type "transition cells" that encompasses traditional "place cells".

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The trisynaptic loop. Figure from http://lecerveau.mcgill.ca/flash/a/a_07/a_07_cl/a_07_cl_tra/a_07_cl_tra.htm.
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Figure 2: The trisynaptic loop. Figure from http://lecerveau.mcgill.ca/flash/a/a_07/a_07_cl/a_07_cl_tra/a_07_cl_tra.htm.

Mentions: We will make no differences between the right and the left HS hemispheres. One may refer to the rat's hippocampal anatomy for a more precise description (Amaral and Witter, 1995). Although there is variation among mammals in the size and shape of the hippocampus, its intrinsic circuitry is very distinctive and is conserved across species (Kolb and Tees, 1990). The trisynaptic loop is the name for the connectivity of the different hippocampal structures (see Figure 2).


Neurobiologically inspired mobile robot navigation and planning.

Cuperlier N, Quoy M, Gaussier P - Front Neurorobot (2007)

The trisynaptic loop. Figure from http://lecerveau.mcgill.ca/flash/a/a_07/a_07_cl/a_07_cl_tra/a_07_cl_tra.htm.
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Figure 2: The trisynaptic loop. Figure from http://lecerveau.mcgill.ca/flash/a/a_07/a_07_cl/a_07_cl_tra/a_07_cl_tra.htm.
Mentions: We will make no differences between the right and the left HS hemispheres. One may refer to the rat's hippocampal anatomy for a more precise description (Amaral and Witter, 1995). Although there is variation among mammals in the size and shape of the hippocampus, its intrinsic circuitry is very distinctive and is conserved across species (Kolb and Tees, 1990). The trisynaptic loop is the name for the connectivity of the different hippocampal structures (see Figure 2).

Bottom Line: After a short review of biologically inspired navigation architectures, mainly relying on modeling the hippocampal anatomy, or at least some of its functions, we present a navigation and planning model for mobile robots.This architecture is based on a model of the hippocampal and prefrontal interactions.In particular, the system relies on the definition of a new cell type "transition cells" that encompasses traditional "place cells".

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: LIMSI-CNRS France.

ABSTRACT
After a short review of biologically inspired navigation architectures, mainly relying on modeling the hippocampal anatomy, or at least some of its functions, we present a navigation and planning model for mobile robots. This architecture is based on a model of the hippocampal and prefrontal interactions. In particular, the system relies on the definition of a new cell type "transition cells" that encompasses traditional "place cells".

No MeSH data available.