Robot Manipulators: New Achievements
by Aleksandar Lazinica, Hiroyuki Kawai
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 718
Contents: Modeling and Control of a New Robotic Deburring System; Robotic Machining from Programming to Process Control; Fuzzy Optimal Control for Robot Manipulators; Advanced Nonlinear Control of Robot Manipulators; Mobile Manipulation: A Case Study; A Concept for Isles of Automation; Concurrent Engineering of Robot Manipulators; Kinematic Analysis of 3-UCR Parallel Robot Leg; Vibration Based Control for Flexible Link Manipulator; 3D Imaging System for Tele-Manipulation; etc.
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