Moth-inspired navigation in turbulent odor plumes

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Description: Male moths can locate remote females using pheromone filaments across large distances in a strongly turbulent vegetated areas. This repository provides a computational framework to understand the possible navigation methods and compare their performance. Useful for indoor localization, GPS-less navigation and ecology, among others.


Origin: Turbulence Structure Laboratory, Tel Aviv University Main developers: Noam Benelli and Alex Liberzon Getting Started: There is no easier way than to use Binder-project supported online sandbox Jupyter notebook that we prepared. Just follow the repository link on Github and click on the Launch Binder link in the Readme.


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