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  • Biped Robots
    Biped Robots
    Editor Armando Carlos Pina Filho
    ISBN 978-953-307-216-6,
    332 pages, February, 2011
    Biped robots represent a very interesting research subject, with several particularities and scope topics, such as: mechanical design, gait simulation, patterns generation, kinematics, dynamics, equilibrium, stability, kinds of control, adaptability, ...
  • Multi-Robot Systems, Trends and Development
    Multi-Robot Systems, Trends and Development
    Editor Toshiyuki Yasuda
    ISBN 978-953-307-425-2,
    596 pages, January, 2011
    This book is a collection of 29 excellent works and comprised of three sections: task oriented approach, bio inspired approach, and modeling/design. In the first section, applications on formation, localization/mapping, and planning are introduced. T ...
  • Advances in Theory and Applications of Stereo Vision
    Advances in Theory and Applications of Stereo Vision
    Editor Asim Bhatti
    ISBN 978-953-307-516-7,
    364 pages, January, 2011
    The book presents a wide range of innovative research ideas and current trends in stereo vision. The topics covered in this book encapsulate research trends from fundamental theoretical aspects of robust stereo correspondence estimation to the establ ...
  • Cutting Edge Robotics 2010
    Cutting Edge Robotics 2010
    Editor Vedran Kordic
    ISBN 978-953-307-062-9,
    450 pages, October, 2010
    Robotics research, especially mobile robotics is a young field. Its roots include many engineering and scientific disciplines from mechanical, electrical and electronics engineering to computer, cognitive and social sciences. Each of this parent fiel ...
  • Advanced Strategies for Robot Manipulators
    Advanced Strategies for Robot Manipulators
    Editor S. Ehsan Shafiei
    ISBN 978-953-307-099-5,
    428 pages, August, 2010
    Amongst the robotic systems, robot manipulators have proven themselves to be of increasing importance and are widely adopted to substitute for human in repetitive and/or hazardous tasks. Modern manipulators are designed complicatedly and need to do m ...
  • Robot Learning
    Robot Learning
    Editor Suraiya Jabin
    ISBN 978-953-307-104-6,
    150 pages, August, 2010
    Robot Learning is intended for one term advanced Machine Learning courses taken by students from different computer science research disciplines. This text has all the features of a renowned best selling text. It gives a focused introduction to the p ...
  • Robot Manipulators New Achievements
    Robot Manipulators New Achievements
    Editor Aleksandar Lazinica and Hiroyuki Kawai
    ISBN 978-953-307-090-2,
    728 pages, April, 2010
    Robot manipulators are developing more in the direction of industrial robots than of human workers. Recently, the applications of robot manipulators are spreading their focus, for example Da Vinci as a medical robot, ASIMO as a humanoid robot and ...
  • Advances in Robot Manipulators
    Advances in Robot Manipulators
    Editor Ernest Hall
    ISBN 978-953-307-070-4,
    678 pages, April, 2010
    The purpose of this volume is to encourage and inspire the continual invention of robot manipulators for science and the good of humanity. The concepts of artificial intelligence combined with the engineering and technology of feedback control, have ...