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  • Humanoid Robots, Human-like Machines
    Humanoid Robots, Human-like Machines
    Edited by Matthias Hackel
    ISBN 978-3-902613-07-3,
    Edited Volume
    642 pages, June, 2007
    In this book the variety of humanoid robotic research can be obtained. This book is divided in four parts: Hardware Development: Components and Systems, Biped Motion: Walking, Running and Self-orientation, Sensing the Environment: Acquisition, Data P ...
  • Industrial Robotics: Programming, Simulation and Applications
    Industrial Robotics: Programming, Simulation and Applications
    Edited by Low Kin Huat
    ISBN 3-86611-286-6,
    Edited Volume
    700 pages, December, 2006
    This book covers a wide range of topics relating to advanced industrial robotics, sensors and automation technologies. Although being highly technical and complex in nature, the papers presented in this book represent some of the latest cutting edge ...
  • Underwater Vehicles
    Underwater Vehicles
    Edited by Alexander V. Inzartsev
    ISBN 978-953-7619-49-7,
    Edited Volume
    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 ...
  • Medical Robotics
    Medical Robotics
    Edited by Vanja Bozovic
    ISBN 978-3-902613-18-9,
    Edited Volume
    536 pages, January, 2008
    The first generation of surgical robots are already being installed in a number of operating rooms around the world. Robotics is being introduced to medicine because it allows for unprecedented control and precision of surgical instruments in minimal ...
  • Climbing and Walking Robots: towards New Applications
    Climbing and Walking Robots: towards New Applications
    Edited by Houxiang Zhang
    ISBN 978-3-902613-16-5,
    Edited Volume
    546 pages, October, 2007
    With the advancement of technology, new exciting approaches enable us to render mobile robotic systems more versatile, robust and cost-efficient. Some researchers combine climbing and walking techniques with a modular approach, a reconfigurable appro ...
  • Aerial Vehicles
    Aerial Vehicles
    Edited by Thanh Mung Lam
    ISBN 978-953-7619-41-1,
    Edited Volume
    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 ...
  • Humanoid Robots: New Developments
    Humanoid Robots: New Developments
    Edited by Armando Carlos de Pina Filho
    ISBN 978-3-902613-00-4,
    Edited Volume
    582 pages, June, 2007
    For many years, the human being has been trying, in all ways, to recreate the complex mechanisms that form the human body. Such task is extremely complicated and the results are not totally satisfactory. However, with increasing technological advance ...
  • Bioinspiration and Robotics Walking and Climbing Robots
    Bioinspiration and Robotics Walking and Climbing Robots
    Edited by Maki K. Habib
    ISBN 978-3-902613-15-8,
    Edited Volume
    544 pages, September, 2007
    Nature has always been a source of inspiration and ideas for the robotics community. New solutions and technologies are required and hence this book is coming out to address and deal with the main challenges facing walking and climbing robots, and co ...