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Robot Manipulators by Marco Ceccarelli

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Robot Manipulators
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789537619060
Number of pages: 546

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Each chapter addresses a specific area of modeling, design, and application of robots but with an eye to give an integrated view of what make a robot a unique modern system for many different uses and future potential applications. Main attention has been focused on design issues as thought challenging for improving capabilities and further possibilities of robots for new and old applications, as seen from today technologies and research programs.

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