Academic Freedom: A Guide to the Literature

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Stephen H. Aby, James C. Kuhn
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000 - Education - 225 pages
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Robotics: Science and Systems IV spans a wide spectrum of robotics, bringing togetherresearchers working on the foundations of robotics, robotics applications, and analysis of roboticssystems. This volume presents the proceedings of the fourth annual Robotics: Science and Systemsconference, held in 2008 at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. The paperspresented cover a range of topics, including computer vision, mapping, terrain identification,distributed systems, localization, manipulation, collision avoidance, multibody dynamics, obstacledetection, microrobotic systems, pursuit-evasion, grasping and manipulation, tracking, spatialkinematics, machine learning, and sensor networks as well as such applications as autonomous drivingand design of manipulators for use in functional-MRI. The conference and its proceedings reflect notonly the tremendous growth of robotics as a discipline but also the desire in the robotics communityfor a flagship event at which the best of the research in the field can be presented.


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Academic Freedom Philosophy
Academic FreedomHistory General
Academic FreedomHistory 1915 to World War II
Academic FreedomHistory Cold War
Academic FreedomHistory 19601979
Current Issues and General Trends
Academic Freedom and the Culture Wars
Academic Freedom and Religion
TenureDefense Critiques and Alternatives
Academic Freedom in Other Countries
World Wide Web Sites
Name Index
Subject Index

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About the author (2000)

STEPHEN H. ABY is Education Bibliographer and Associate Professor at Bierce Library, the University of Akron. His previous books include The IQ Debate: A Selective Guide to the Literature (Greenwood, 1990).

JAMES C. KUHN IV is Head of Technical Services at the Folger Shakespeare Library. He has chaired the Ohio Library Council's Intellectual Freedom Committee and has an ongoing professional involvement with issues of intellectual and academic freedom.

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