Robotics and Manufacturing: Recent Trends in Research, Education, and Applications : Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Robotics and Manufacturing--Research, Education, and Applications (ISRAM '90), Held July 18-20, 1990, in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Mohammad Jamshidi, Mehrdad Saif
ASME Press, 1990 - Manufacturing processes - 1026 pages
This series deals with the worldwide economic effects of automation on manufacturing processes. Robotics and Manufacturing is an exhaustive source of scientific and technical progress by top international researchers. Its contents are invaluable for tracking the trends and directions of this important field. Unrivaled in its complete and far-ranging coverage, these volumes are packed with the highest quality research, covering: - robot kinematics, dynamics, analysis, and design - sensing and sensors - robot control - parallel and redundant robots - telerobotics and space applications of robots - flexible and mobile robots - fuzzy logic applications in robots and manufacturing - intelligent systems and intelligent manufacturing - design and economics of manufacturing systems.
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