Cybernetic systems of limb movements in man, animals, and robots

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E. Horwood, 1984 - Computers - 242 pages
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Investigates the design of anthropomorphic systems & cybernetic machines. Uses systems theory, automatic control, & metrology of mecahnical & biological parameters to examine aspects of biocybernetics.

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System Description of Body Subsystems General Prin
Involved in Movement of Man
Bionic System Models of Manipulators and Robots

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