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Robot Manipulators: Trends and Development

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Robot Manipulators: Trends and Development
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533070735
Number of pages: 676

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This book presents the most recent research advances in robot manipulators. It offers a complete survey to the kinematic and dynamic modelling, simulation, computer vision, software engineering, optimization and design of control algorithms applied for robotic systems.

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