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Ritter H, Haschke R, Steil JJ.  2009.  Trying to Grasp a Sketch of a Brain for Grasping. Creating Brain-Like Intelligence. :84–102.
Ritter H, Steil JJ, Nölker C, Röthling F, McGuire PC.  2003.  Neural Architectures for Robotic Intelligence. Reviews in the Neurosciences. 14:121–143.
Ritter H, Steil JJ, Sagerer G.  2010.  Mit Kopf, Körper und Hand: Herausforderungen Humanoider Roboter. Automatisierungstechnik, special issue on "humnoid robotics". 58:630–638.
Ritter H, Weng S, Ontrup J, Steil JJ.  2006.  Gestalt Formation in a Competitive Layered Neural Architecture. Networks: From Biology to Theory. :163–191.
Röhrdanz F., Gutsche R., Wahl F..  1994.  Assembly Planning And Geometric Reasoning For Grasping. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Information-Control Systems of Robots. :93–106.
Röhrdanz F., Mosemann H., Wahl F..  1997.  HighLAP: A High Level System for Generating, Representing, and Evaluating Assembly Sequences. International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools. 6:149–163.
Röhrdanz F., Mosemann H., Wahl F..  1996.  HighLAP : A High Level System for Generating, Representing, and Evaluating Assembly Sequences. IEEE International Joint Symposia on Intelligence and Systems. :134–141.
Röhrdanz F., Wahl F..  1997.  Generating and Evaluating Regrasp Operations. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. :2013–2018.
Röhrdanz F., Mosemann H., Wahl F..  1996.  International Conference on THEORY AND PRACTICE OF GEOMETRIC MODELING. :416–434.
Röhrdanz F..  1998.  Modellbasierte automatisierte Greifplanung. Fortschritte in der Robotik. 3
Röhrdanz F., Wahl F..  1996.  Incremental Free Space Acquisition and Representation for Automatic Grasping. Fourth Int. Conference on Automation, Robotics and Computer Vision (ICARCV). :904–908.
Röhrdanz F., Mosemann H., Wahl F..  1997.  Generating and Evaluating Stable Assembly Sequences. Journal of Advanced Robotics, Special Issue on Mechanical Assembly. 11:97-126.
Rolf M, Steil JJ, Gienger M.  2010.  Learning Flexible Full Body Kinematics for Humanoid Tool Use. Int. Symp. Learning and Adaptive Behavior in Robotic Systems (Best Paper Award). :171–176.
Rolf M, Steil JJ, Gienger M.  2009.  Efficient exploration and learning of whole body kinematics. IEEE 8th International Conference on Development and Learning. :1–7.
Rolf M, Gienger M, Steil JJ.  2013.  Robot control with bootstrapping inverse kinematics.
Rolf M, Crook N, Steil JJ.  2018.  From social interaction to ethical AI: a developmental roadmap. ICDL-EPIROB 2018.
Rolf M, Steil JJ, Gienger M..  2010.  Goal Babbling permits direct learning of inverse kinematics. IEEE Trans. Autonomous Mental Development. 2:216–229.
Rolf M, Steil JJ.  2014.  Efficient exploratory learning of inverse kinematics on a bionic elephant trunk. IEEE Trans. Neural Networks and Learning Systems. 25:1147–1160.
Rolf M.  2012.  Goal babbling for an efficient bootstrapping of inverse models in high dimensions.
Rolf M, Steil JJ, Gienger M.  2010.  Bootstrapping inverse Kinematics with Goal Babbling. :147–154.
Rolf M, Steil JJ.  2012.  Constant curvature continuum kinematics as fast approximate model for the Bionic Handling Assistant. IEEE/RSJ Int. Conf. Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS). :3440–3446.
Rolf M, Steil JJ.  2012.  Goal Babbling: a New Concept for Early Sensorimotor Exploration. Proceedings of Workshop on Developmental Robotics.
Rolf M, Neumann K, Queißer J, Reinhart F, Nordmann A, Steil JJ.  2015.  A Multi-Level Control Architecture for the Bionic Handling Assistant. Advanced Robotics. 29:847–859.
Rolf M, Steil JJ.  2013.  Explorative learning of right inverse functions: theoretical implications of redundancy. Neurocomputing. 131:2-14.
Rolf M, Steil JJ, Gienger M.  2011.  Online Goal Babbling for rapid bootstrapping of inverse models in high dimensions. IEEE Int. Conf. Development and Learning and on Epigenetic Robotics (best student paper award). 2:1–8.

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