Humanoid Robots: Human-like Machines
by Matthias Hackel
Publisher: InTech 2007
Number of pages: 642
This book is divided in four parts: Hardware Development: Components and Systems, Biped Motion: Walking, Running and Self-orientation, Sensing the Environment: Acquisition, Data Processing and Control and Mind Organization: Learning and Interaction.
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