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Thomas Martinetz and Klaus Schulten. A neural network for robot control: Cooperation between neural units as a requirement for learning. Computers & Electrical Engineering, 19:315-332, 1993.

MART93A We present a self-organizing neural network for learning visuo-motor coordination and describe its application to the task of learning the end effector positioning of a simulated, three-jointed robot arm. In contrast to a neural network algorithm that we introduced earlier in Refs [1,2] (Martinetz et al., IEEE Trans Neural Networks 1, 131, 1990; Ritter et al., Neural Networks 2, 159, 1989) we now employ visual feedback which enables the robot arm to position its end effector with an accuracy of about 5

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