Concise Encyclopedia of Robotics

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 3, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 365 pages
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OVER 400 UP-TO-THE-MINUTE TERMS

INSTANT CLARIFICATION ON ROBOTICS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TERMS, TECHNIQUES, AND SYSTEMS

This handy collection of straightforward, to-the-point definitions is exactly what robotics and artificial intelligence hobbyists need to get and stay up to speed with all new terms that have recently emerged in robotics and artificial intelligence.

Written by an award-winning electronics author, the Concise Encyclopedia of Robotics delivers 400 up-to-date, easy-to-read definitions that make even complex concepts understandable. Over 150 illustrations make the information accessible at a glance and extensive cross-referencing and a comprehensive bibliography facilitate further research.

Covering the very latest trends and developments and written with an eye toward future applications, this compact, no-fluff reference belongs on the desktop of every robotics, artificial intelligence, and electronics hobbyist.

 

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Stan Gibilisco has authored or coauthored dozens of nonfiction books about electronics and science. He first attracted attention with Understanding Einstein’s Theories of Relativity (TAB Books, 1983). His Encyclopedia of Electronics (TAB Professional and Reference Books, 1985) and Encyclopedia of Personal Computing (McGraw-Hill, 1996) were annotated by the American Library Association as among the best reference volumes published in those years. Stan serves as Advisory Editor for the popular Teach Yourself Science and Mathematics book series published by McGraw-Hill. His work has gained reading audiences in several languages throughout the world.

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