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Table of Contents: October 2007

A cerebellar-inspired distributed plasticity mechanism is being successfully applied to the adaptive control of the Eye-Robot platform developed by Bristol Robotics Laboratory. This application (supported by the EPSRC Novel Computation Initiative) illustrates the emerging potential for cross-fertilisation between neuroscience and robotics (see Porrill and Dean, e197).

Image Credit: Photograph supplied by Bristol Robotics Laboratory

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