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A Night Vision Algorithm Inspired by the Visual System of a Nocturnal Bee

Warrant, Eric LU ; Oskarsson, Magnus LU and Malm, Henrik (2012) In Biomimetics in Photonics p.166-185
Abstract
The diversity of different life-forms, their conquest of virtually all available habitats, and their

seemingly limitless ability to adapt to new ecological challenges show that structural and

physiological specializations of a few basic building plans uniquely match plants and

animals to the specific lives they lead.
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Biomimetics in Photonics
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Karthaus, Olaf
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166 - 185
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Taylor & Francis
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978-1-4398-7746-3 (print)
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10.1201/b13067-7
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  abstract     = {The diversity of different life-forms, their conquest of virtually all available habitats, and their<br/><br>
seemingly limitless ability to adapt to new ecological challenges show that structural and<br/><br>
physiological specializations of a few basic building plans uniquely match plants and<br/><br>
animals to the specific lives they lead.},
  author       = {Warrant, Eric and Oskarsson, Magnus and Malm, Henrik},
  editor       = {Karthaus, Olaf},
  isbn         = {978-1-4398-7746-3 (print)},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {166--185},
  publisher    = {Taylor & Francis},
  series       = {Biomimetics in Photonics},
  title        = {A Night Vision Algorithm Inspired by the Visual System of a Nocturnal Bee},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1201/b13067-7},
  year         = {2012},
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