last updated on 30th May 1997
Mike was designed to test learning behaviors in any situations.
Mike has passive wheels under the body, so that
it can swim on flat grounds.
It can walk when it meets stairs and gaps.
It should learn how and when to change its motions to achieve goal
Masayuki Inaba, Tatsuo Ninomiya, Kiwa Nishimura, Satoshi Kagami, and Hirochika Inoue.
4-legged robots based on the remote-brained approach for adaptive behavior research.
In Proc. 12th Annual Conference of Robotcs Society of Japan
, pp. 1223-1224, 1994.
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