Jonathan P Dyhr
Jonathan P Dyhr
Metropolitan State University
Verified email at uw.edu
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Flexible strategies for flight control: an active role for the abdomen
JP Dyhr, KA Morgansen, TL Daniel, NJ Cowan
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (9), 1523-1536, 2013
852013
Feedback control as a framework for understanding tradeoffs in biology
NJ Cowan, MM Ankarali, JP Dyhr, MS Madhav, E Roth, S Sefati, ...
American Zoologist 54 (2), 223-237, 2014
822014
Luminance-dependent visual processing enables moth flight in low light
S Sponberg, JP Dyhr, RW Hall, TL Daniel
Science 348 (6240), 1245-1248, 2015
662015
The spatial frequency tuning of optic-flow-dependent behaviors in the bumblebee Bombus impatiens
JP Dyhr, CM Higgins
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (10), 1643-1650, 2010
592010
Inertial redirection of thrust forces for flight stabilization
A Demir, MM ANKARALI, JP Dyhr, KA Morgansen, TL Daniel, NJ Cowan
Adaptive Mobile Robotics, 239-246, 2012
172012
Autostabilizing airframe articulation: Animal inspired air vehicle control
JP Dyhr, NJ Cowan, DJ Colmenares, KA Morgansen, TL Daniel
2012 IEEE 51st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), 3715-3720, 2012
152012
Non-directional motion detectors can be used to mimic optic flow dependent behaviors
JP Dyhr, CM Higgins
Biological cybernetics 103 (6), 433-446, 2010
112010
Sensing from control: airframe deformation for simultaneous actuation and state estimation
BT Hinson, E Rombokas, JP Dyhr, TL Daniel, KA Morgansen
52nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2683-2690, 2013
22013
An insect-inspired model for visual binding I: learning objects and their characteristics
BD Northcutt, JP Dyhr, CM Higgins
Biological cybernetics 111 (2), 185-206, 2017
12017
Agile airframes ii: Closing the loop on abdominal actuation
DJ Colmenares, JP Dyhr, KA Morgansen, TL Daniel
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 53, E38-E38, 2013
12013
Flexible frames for flight
JP Dyhr, NJ Cowan, AJ Hinterwirth, KA Morgansen, TL Daniel
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 52, E51-E51, 2012
12012
Insect abdominal mechanoreceptors show rapid adaptation.
DB Howell, J Woods, N Chauhan, EJ Sanders, J Dyhr, TL Daniel
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 55, E82-E82, 2015
2015
Closing the loop on abdominal control with free flight pitch perturbations
JP Dyhr, S Sponberg, R Hall, DJ Colmenares, NS Chauhan, TL Daniel
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 54, E55-E55, 2014
2014
A robotic model of inertial flight maneuvering in the hawkmoth
E Rombokas, L Scheuer, JP Dyhr, TL Daniel
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 54, E178-E178, 2014
2014
Agile airframes I: maneuverability from abdominal actuation
JP Dyhr, NJ Cowan, KA Morgansen, TL Daniel
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 53, E59-E59, 2013
2013
Extracellular recordings of wing campaniform sensilla of Manduca sexta demonstrate encoding properties similar to intracellular recordings of haltere neurons.
DB Howell, BH Dickerson, JP Dyhr, SN Sponberg, TL Daniel
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 53, E300-E300, 2013
2013
Background luminance alters tracking performance of freely flying hawkmoths revealing variable delays in optomotor processing
S Sponberg, JP Dyhr, R Hall, M Salcedo, TL Daniel
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 53, E205-E205, 2013
2013
Abdominal stabilization of vertical image velocity during tethered flight
DJ Colmenares, JP Dyhr, KA Morgansen, NJ Cowan, TL Daniel
Front. Behav. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: Tenth International Congress of …, 2012
2012
Non-directional models for visually estimating image speed
JP Dyhr, V Pant, CM Higgins
BEHAVIORAL AND THEORETICAL EVIDENCE THAT NON-DIRECTIONAL MOTION DETECTORS …, 2009
2009
Behavioral and Theoretical Evidence that Non-directional Motion Detectors Underlie the Visual Estimation of Speed in Insects.
JP Dyhr
The University of Arizona., 2009
2009
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