Human Computer Interaction
by Ioannis Pavlidis
Publisher: InTech 2008
Number of pages: 370
This book introduces basic research, advanced developments and applications. The book covers topics such as modeling and practical realization of robotic control for different applications, researching of the problems of stability and robustness, automation in algorithm and program developments with application in speech signal processing and linguistic research, system's applied control, computations, and control theory application in mechanics and electronics.
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