Malte Schilling
Malte Schilling
Professor, Autonomous Intelligent Systems Group
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Walknet, a bio-inspired controller for hexapod walking
M Schilling, T Hoinville, J Schmitz, H Cruse
Biological cybernetics 107, 397-419, 2013
Learning to run challenge solutions: Adapting reinforcement learning methods for neuromusculoskeletal environments
Ł Kidziński, SP Mohanty, CF Ong, Z Huang, S Zhou, A Pechenko, ...
The NIPS'17 Competition: Building Intelligent Systems, 121-153, 2018
Deep learning for understanding satellite imagery: An experimental survey
SP Mohanty, J Czakon, KA Kaczmarek, A Pyskir, P Tarasiewicz, S Kunwar, ...
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence 3, 534696, 2020
Universally manipulable body models—dual quaternion representations in layered and dynamic MMCs
M Schilling
Autonomous Robots 30, 399-425, 2011
A hexapod walker using a heterarchical architecture for action selection
M Schilling, J Paskarbeit, T Hoinville, A Hüffmeier, A Schneider, J Schmitz, ...
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 7, 126, 2013
Hexapod Walking: an expansion to Walknet dealing with leg amputations and force oscillations
M Schilling, H Cruse, P Arena
Biological cybernetics 96 (3), 323-340, 2007
Principles of insect locomotion
H Cruse, V Dürr, M Schilling, J Schmitz
Spatial temporal patterns for action-oriented perception in roving robots, 43-96, 2009
No need for a body model: positive velocity feedback for the control of an 18-DOF robot walker
J Schmitz, A Schneider, M Schilling, H Cruse
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics 5 (3), 135-147, 2008
Decentralized control of insect walking: A simple neural network explains a wide range of behavioral and neurophysiological results
M Schilling, H Cruse
PLoS computational biology 16 (4), e1007804, 2020
Towards a multidimensional perspective on shared autonomy
M Schilling, S Kopp, S Wachsmuth, B Wrede, H Ritter, T Brox, B Nebel, ...
Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium Series 2016, Stanford (USA), 2016
Evaluating robustness of counterfactual explanations
A Artelt, V Vaquet, R Velioglu, F Hinder, J Brinkrolf, M Schilling, ...
2021 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), 01-09, 2021
Integrative biomimetics of autonomous hexapedal locomotion
V Dürr, PP Arena, H Cruse, CJ Dallmann, A Drimus, T Hoinville, T Krause, ...
Frontiers in neurorobotics 13, 88, 2019
HECTOR, a bio-inspired and compliant hexapod robot
A Schneider, J Paskarbeit, M Schilling, J Schmitz
Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems: Third International Conference, Living …, 2014
Grounding an internal body model of a hexapod walker control of curve walking in a biologically inspired robot
M Schilling, J Paskarbeit, J Schmitz, A Schneider, H Cruse
2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2012
The evolution of cognition—from first order to second order embodiment
M Schilling, H Cruse
Modeling Communication with Robots and Virtual Humans: Second ZiF Research …, 2008
Incorporating VR Databases into AI Knowledge Representations: A Framework for Intelligent Graphics Applications.
ME Latoschik, M Schilling
Computer Graphics and Imaging, 79-84, 2003
Mental states as emergent properties: From walking to consciousness
H Cruse, M Schilling
Open Mind, 2014
An approach to hierarchical deep reinforcement learning for a decentralized walking control architecture
M Schilling, A Melnik
Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2018: Proceedings of the Ninth …, 2019
Language-at all times: Action and interaction as contexts for enriching representations
I Nomikou, M Schilling, V Heller, KJ Rohlfing
Interaction Studies 17 (1), 120-145, 2016
Deep learning for understanding satellite imagery: An experimental survey. Front
SP Mohanty, J Czakon, KA Kaczmarek, A Pyskir, P Tarasiewicz, S Kunwar, ...
Artif. Intell 3 (534696), 10.3389, 2020
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