Spatial Orientation: The Spatial Control of Behavior in Animals and Man - Princeton Series in Neurobiology and Behavior by Hermann Schone
This major study of animal orientation in space launches the Princeton series in neuroscience and behavior. Herman Schon brings together for the first time the important work that has been…
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This major study of animal orientation in space launches the Princetonseries in neuroscience and behavior. Herman Schon brings together for the first time the important work that has been done on spatial orientation over the past 25 years, and reviews the research done to the last attempt to apply the methods of robotics, discusses the most important concepts in space-based motion control. Originally published in 1984. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest in-on-demand printing technology to make available previously printed books from the list of highlights at the Princeton University Press.
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