Handbook of industrial robotics

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J. Wiley, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 1358 pages
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An engineer's handbook of research and applications in industrial robotics. Stresses the practical uses rather than the mechanical, electrical or computer considerations. Discusses specific techniques for working with robots in various situations. Includes a forward by Isaac Asimov.

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Contents

Historical Perspective of Industrial Robotics by J F Engelberger
3
The Role of Robots in Automating Work by C F Carter Jr
9
Robots and Machine Intelligence by C A Rosen
21
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About the author (1985)

SHIMON Y. NOF, a recognized expert in robotics research and applications, is Professor of Industrial Engineering at Purdue University's School of Industrial Engineering.

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