Ernest Hall

University of CincinnatiUnited States of America

Ernest L. (Ernie) Hall is Professor Emeritus of Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering in the School of Dynamic Systems at the University of Cincinnati. He was formerly the Paul E. Geier Professor of Robotics in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Cincinnati and Professor in the Department of Computer Science. He has also held joint appointments with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science and collaborates with many faculty and students in the College of Engineering, the College of Medicine, the College of Education, the College of Applied Science and the College of Design, Art, Architecture and Planning and local and national and international civic groups including the First Lego League, the Ohio Academy of Science and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.

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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 great potential for new, useful and exciting machines. The concept of eclecticism for the design, development, simulation and implementation of a real time controller for an intelligent, vision guided robots is now being explored. The dream of an eclectic perceptual, creative controller that can select its own tasks and perform autonomous operations with reliability and dependability is starting to evolve. We have not yet reached this stage but a careful study of the contents will start one on the exciting journey that could lead to many inventions and successful solutions.

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