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Our collection of 21 books.

  • Climbing and Walking Robots
    Climbing and Walking Robots
    Editor Behnam Miripour
    ISBN 978-953-307-030-8,
    516 pages, March, 2010
    Nowadays robotics is one of the most dynamic fields of scientific researches. The shift of robotics researches from manufacturing to services applications is clear. During the last decades interest in studying climbing and walking robots has been ...
  • Mobile Robots Navigation
    Mobile Robots Navigation
    Editor Alejandra Barrera
    ISBN 978-953-307-076-6,
    680 pages, March, 2010
    Mobile robots navigation includes different interrelated activities: (i) perception, as obtaining and interpreting sensory information; (ii) exploration, as the strategy that guides the robot to select the next direction to go; (iii) mapping, in ...
  • Motion Control
    Motion Control
    Editor Federico Casolo
    ISBN 978-953-7619-55-8,
    590 pages, January, 2010
    The book reveals many different aspects of motion control and a wide multiplicity of approaches  to the problem as well. Despite the number of examples, however, this volume is not meant to be exhaustive: it intends to offer some original insights ...
  • Robot Soccer
    Robot Soccer
    Editor Vladan Papić
    ISBN 978-953-307-036-0,
    356 pages, January, 2010
    The idea of using soccer game for promoting science and technology of artificial intelligence and robotics was presented in the early 90s of the last century. Researchers in many different scientific fields all over the world recognized this idea as ...
  • Mobile Robots - State of the Art in Land, Sea, Air, and Collaborative Missions
    Mobile Robots - State of the Art in Land, Sea, Air, and Collaborative Missions
    Editor XiaoQi Chen, Y.Q. Chen and J.G. Chase
    ISBN 978-953-307-001-8,
    335 pages, May, 2009
    Since the introduction of the first industrial robot Unimate in a General Motors automobile factory in New Jersey in 1961, robots have gained stronger and stronger foothold in the industry. In the meantime, robotics research has been expanding from ...
  • Aerial Vehicles
    Aerial Vehicles
    Editor Thanh Mung Lam
    ISBN 978-953-7619-41-1,
    320 pages, January, 2009
    This book contains 35 chapters written by experts in developing techniques for making aerial vehicles more intelligent, more reliable, more flexible in use, and safer in operation.It will also serve as an inspiration for further improvement of the de ...
  • Underwater Vehicles
    Underwater Vehicles
    Editor Alexander V. Inzartsev
    ISBN 978-953-7619-49-7,
    582 pages, January, 2009
    For the latest twenty to thirty years, a significant number of AUVs has been created for the solving of wide spectrum of scientific and applied tasks of ocean development and research. For the short time period the AUVs have shown the efficiency at p ...
  • Robot Manipulators
    Robot Manipulators
    Editor Marco Ceccarelli
    ISBN 978-953-7619-06-0,
    546 pages, September, 2008
    In this book we have grouped contributions in 28 chapters from several authors all around the world on the several aspects and challenges of research and applications of robots with the aim to show the recent advances and problems that still need to ...