Computer Architectures for Robotics and Automation

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James H. Graham
Taylor & Francis, Jan 1, 1987 - Computers - 238 pages

Addresses the important topic of providing adequate computational power for the demanding real-time requirements of advanced robotic systems. Shows how many of the recent advances in image processing, control and machine intelligence can be incorporated into robotic systems in real time. Explains how innovative, specialized computer architectures that include both parallelism and special purpose hardware can speed the development of robot potential.

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