Takeshi Kano
Takeshi Kano
Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University
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Simple robot suggests physical interlimb communication is essential for quadruped walking
D Owaki, T Kano, K Nagasawa, A Tero, A Ishiguro
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 10 (78), 20120669, 2013
Emergence of robust self-organized undulatory swimming based on local hydrodynamic force sensing
R Thandiackal, K Melo, L Paez, J Herault, T Kano, K Akiyama, F Boyer, ...
Science robotics 6 (57), eabf6354, 2021
An agent-based model of the interrelation between the COVID-19 outbreak and economic activities
T Kano, K Yasui, T Mikami, M Asally, A Ishiguro
Proceedings of the Royal Society A 477 (2245), 20200604, 2021
Local reflexive mechanisms essential for snakes' scaffold-based locomotion
T Kano, T Sato, R Kobayashi, A Ishiguro
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 7 (4), 046008, 2012
Gait control in a soft robot by sensing interactions with the environment using self-deformation
T Umedachi, T Kano, A Ishiguro, BA Trimmer
Royal Society open science 3 (12), 160766, 2016
On the applicability of the decentralized control mechanism extracted from the true slime mold: a robotic case study with a serpentine robot
T Sato, T Kano, A Ishiguro
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 6 (2), 026006, 2011
A decentralized control scheme for an effective coordination of phasic and tonic control in a snake-like robot
T Sato, T Kano, A Ishiguro
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 7 (1), 016005, 2011
A brittle star-like robot capable of immediately adapting to unexpected physical damage
T Kano, E Sato, T Ono, H Aonuma, Y Matsuzaka, A Ishiguro
Royal Society open science 4 (12), 171200, 2017
Dynamic ordering in a swarm of floating droplets driven by solutal Marangoni effect
S Tanaka, S Nakata, T Kano
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 86 (10), 101004, 2017
Tegotae-based decentralised control scheme for autonomous gait transition of snake-like robots
T Kano, R Yoshizawa, A Ishiguro
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 12 (4), 046009, 2017
Obstacles are beneficial to me! Scaffold-based locomotion of a snake-like robot using decentralized control
T Kano, A Ishiguro
2013 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2013
A decentralized control scheme for orchestrating versatile arm movements in ophiuroid omnidirectional locomotion
W Watanabe, T Kano, S Suzuki, A Ishiguro
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 9 (66), 102-109, 2012
Decentralized control scheme for myriapod robot inspired by adaptive and resilient centipede locomotion
K Yasui, K Sakai, T Kano, D Owaki, A Ishiguro
PloS one 12 (2), e0171421, 2017
Decoding the essential interplay between central and peripheral control in adaptive locomotion of amphibious centipedes
K Yasui, T Kano, EM Standen, H Aonuma, AJ Ijspeert, A Ishiguro
Scientific Reports 9, 18288, 2019
Decentralized control mechanism underlying interlimb coordination of millipedes
T Kano, K Sakai, K Yasui, D Owaki, A Ishiguro
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 12 (3), 036007, 2017
The function of the ophiuroid nerve ring: how a decentralized nervous system controls coordinated locomotion
EG Clark, D Kanauchi, T Kano, H Aonuma, DEG Briggs, A Ishiguro
Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (2), jeb192104, 2019
Spontaneous gait transition to high-speed galloping by reconciliation between body support and propulsion
A Fukuhara, D Owaki, T Kano, R Kobayashi, A Ishiguro
Advanced robotics 32 (15), 794-808, 2018
Decoding decentralized control mechanism underlying adaptive and versatile locomotion of snakes
T Kano, A Ishiguro
Integrative and comparative biology 60 (1), 232-247, 2020
Non-centralized and functionally localized nervous system of ophiuroids: evidence from topical anesthetic experiments
Y Matsuzaka, E Sato, T Kano, H Aonuma, A Ishiguro
Biology open 6 (4), 425-438, 2017
Decentralized control scheme for adaptive earthworm locomotion using continuum-model-based analysis
T Kano, R Kobayashi, A Ishiguro
Advanced Robotics 28 (3), 197-202, 2014
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