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Advances in Service Robotics

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Advances in Service Robotics
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Publisher: IN-TECH
ISBN-13: 9789537619022
Number of pages: 342

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This book consists of 18 chapters about current research results of service robots. Topics covered include various kinds of service robots, development environments, architectures of service robots, Human-Robot Interaction, networks of service robots and basic researches such as SLAM, sensor network, etc. This book has some examples of the research activities on Service Robotics going on around the globe, but many chapters in this book concern advanced research on this area and cover interesting topics.

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