Preface. Part I: Introduction to Volume 1. Introduction to Volume 1; H. Cruse, et al. Part II: Intelligence and Prerational Intelligence. Introduction to Part II; P. Lanz. The Concept of Intelligence in Psychology and Philosophy; P. Lanz. Rational Behaviour of Animals and Machines; D. McFarland. The Concept of Intelligence in AI; I. Wachsmuth. Part III: A Case Study. The Jamming Avoidance Response (JAR) of the Electric Fish, Eigenmannia: The Processing of Sensory Information and Motor Control; W. Heiligenberg. Part IV: Intelligent Sensing. Introduction to Part IV; H.-U. Bauer, et al. Peripheral Sensory Modules Controlling Motor Behavior; F. Clarac, et al. Antennal Movements in the Honeybee: How Complex Tasks are Solved by a Simple Neuronal System; J. Erber, B. Pribbenow. Invariances in Visual Systems of Robots and Animals: Functional and Architectural Consequences; G. Hartmann. Retinal Coding for Vernier Acuity and Motion; C. Wehrhahn. Is There Parallel Binding of Distributed Objects? H.-U. Bauer, J. Braun. Synthesizing Complex Perceptions: I. Concepts of Visual Feature Associations Based on Neural Synchronization and Related Experimental Results in the Visual Cortex; R. Eckhorn, M. Stoecker. Synthesizing Complex Perceptions: II. Models of Visual Feature Associations Based on Neural Synchronization; M. Stoecker, R. Eckhorn. A Neurally-Inspired Approach to 3-D Visual Object Recognition; B.W. Mel. Modelling the Formation of Sensory Representations in the Brain; K. Obermayer. Part V: Intelligent Motor Output/Sensorimotor Coupling. Low Level:- Introduction to Part V; H. Cruse, et al. Distributed Processing vs. DedicatedNeurons in the Production of Simple Behavioral Acts; W.B. Kristan, Jr. Flexibility of a Proprioceptive Feedback System Results From Its `Parliamentary' (Distributed) Organization; A. Buschges, et al. Load Detectors and Their Reflexes During Gait in Cat and Man; J. Duysens. Coordination of Redundant Manipulators: Reduction of Degrees of Freedom; S. Gielen. Movement Organization in the Frog Spinal Cord: Prerational Intelligence? S. Giszter, W. Kargo. High-Level:- The Neurobiological Roots of Rational Thinking; J. Paillard. A Behaviour-Based Controller Architecture for Reactive Underwater Robots; J. Ayers. Control of Movement is Distributed and Heterarchical; A.H. Cohen. Locomotion in Insects: Patterns Generated by Interacting Oscillators; J. Dean. A Modular Artificial Neural Net for Controlling a Six-Legged Walking System; H. Cruse, et al. The Control System of the Six-Legged TUM Walking Robot; J. Steuer, et al. An Arbitrary Architecture for an Artificial Arthropod; B. Webb. List of Authors. Subject Index. Author Index. Preface. Part VI: Introduction to Volume 2. Introduction to Volume 2; H. Ritter, et al. Part VII: Organization and Architectures. Introduction to Part VII; H. Ritter, et al. Representation of Space and Time in Motor Control; P. Morasso, V. Sanguineti. A Schema-Theory Approach to Specifying and Analyzing the Behavior of Robot Systems; D.M. Lyons. Where Neural Nets Make Sense in Robotics; G. Schweitzer, Jianyong Wen. A Bi-Directional Theory Approach to Prerational Intelligence; M. Kawato. MMC - A Holistic System for a Nonsymbolic Internal Body Representation; U. Steinkuhler, et al. Locomotion in Machines: Approaches to Coordination in Machines Past and Present; O.E. Holland.