By Bruno Siciliano, Claudio Melchiorri, Alessandro De Luca, Giuseppe Casalino
This monograph offers an up to date resource of data at the cutting-edge in complicated keep an eye on of articulated and cellular robots. It contains appropriate chosen difficulties facing more advantageous actuation, movement making plans and keep watch over services for articulated robots, in addition to of sensory and independent choice functions for cellular robots. the fundamental inspiration at the back of the publication is to supply a bigger group of robot researchers and builders with a competent resource of knowledge and cutting edge functions within the box of keep an eye on of cooperating and cellular robots. This e-book is the end result of the study venture MISTRAL (Methodologies and Integration of Subsystems and applied sciences for Anthropic Robotics and Locomotion) funded in 2001-2002 through the Italian Ministry for schooling, college and examine. The thorough dialogue, rigorous therapy, and vast span of the provided paintings display the numerous advances within the theoretical origin and know-how foundation of the robotics box around the world.
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