Robotics: State of the Art and Future Challenges (Google eBook)
Imperial College Press, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 144 pages
Presents the results of an assessment of the state of robotics in Japan, Korea, Western Europe and Australia and a comparison of robotics R&D programs in these countries with those in the United States. The comparisons include areas like robotic vehicles, space robotics, service robots, humanoid robots, networked robots, and robots for biological and medical applications, and based on criteria such as quality, scope, funding and commercialization.
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