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Nevertheless, there are alternative solutions, which also have some biological support. For example, the relative gain of the phonotaxis and optomotor turning tendencies could be adjusted to account for the additional optomotor stimulation caused by the phonotaxis turns. However, any solution using constant gains will only work if the dynamics of the two behaviors are precisely matched (Collett, 1980). , switching as above) to adjusting the gain to compensate precisely in both timing and magnitude for the expected visual feedback caused by the phonotaxis turn.

And Campan, R. (2004). Do solitary bees Osmia cornuta Latr. and Osmia lignaria cresson use proximal visual cues to localize their nest. J. Insect Behav. 11, 649–669. , and Lockery, S. (1999). Computational rules for chemotaxis in the nematode C. elegans. J. Comp. Neurosci. 6, 263–277. , and Reichardt, W. (1963). Optomotorische Reaktionen der Fliege Musca domestica. Kybernetik 2, 15–28. Ferrell, C. (1995). A comparison of three insect‐inspired locomotion controllers. Robot. Auton. Syst.

2004). Do solitary bees Osmia cornuta Latr. and Osmia lignaria cresson use proximal visual cues to localize their nest. J. Insect Behav. 11, 649–669. , and Lockery, S. (1999). Computational rules for chemotaxis in the nematode C. elegans. J. Comp. Neurosci. 6, 263–277. , and Reichardt, W. (1963). Optomotorische Reaktionen der Fliege Musca domestica. Kybernetik 2, 15–28. Ferrell, C. (1995). A comparison of three insect‐inspired locomotion controllers. Robot. Auton. Syst.

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