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Modeling Jamming Avoidance Response of Pulse-type Weakly Electric Fish
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 Title & Authors
Modeling Jamming Avoidance Response of Pulse-type Weakly Electric Fish
Soh, JaeHyun; Kim, DaeEun;
 
 Abstract
In this paper, we suggest a phase difference algorithm inspired by weakly electric fish. Weakly electric fish is a fish which generates electric field though its electric organ in the tail. The weakly electric fish search for prey and detect an object by using electrolocation. The weakly electric fish have Jamming Avoidance Response (JAR) to avoid jamming signal. One of pulse-type weakly electric fish Gymnotus carapo also have JAR to reduce the probability of coincidence of pulses. We analyze this response signal and design the phase difference algorithm. We expect that simple algorithm inspired by weakly electric fish can be used in many engineering fields.
 Keywords
weakly electric fish;jamming avoidance response (JAR);bio-inspired system;electrolocation;electrocommunication;gymnotus carapo;
 Language
Korean
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