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International and Comparative Employment Relations: Third Edition of International and Comparative Industrial Relations

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Management and Labour in Europe: The Industrial Enterprise in Germany, Britain and France

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Springer Handbook of Robotics Incl DVD [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe] von Bruno Siciliano (Herausgeber), Oussama Khatib (Herausgeber) Robotik Robotertechnik Basic Principles and Methods of Robotics Biologically-Inspired Robots Industrial Robotics Life-Like Robotics Manipulation and Interfaces of Robots Mobile and Distributed Robotics Roboethics Roboter Robotics Foundations Robot Structures Sensing and Perception of Robots Elektrotechnik Energietechnik A new, authoritative and utterly comprehensive reference work on robotics that incorporates new developments, surpassing the narrow scope of other robotics handbooks that focus on industrial applications. Edited by internationally renowned experts. With the science of robotics undergoing a major transformation just now, Springer’s new, authoritative handbook on the subject couldn’t have come at a better time. Having broken free from its origins in industry, robotics has been rapidly expanding into the challenging terrain of unstructured environments. Unlike other handbooks that focus on industrial applications, the Springer Handbook of Robotics incorporates these new developments. Just like all Springer Handbooks, it is utterly comprehensive, edited by internationally renowned experts, and replete with contributions from leading researchers from around the world. The handbook is an ideal resource for robotics experts but also for people new to this expanding field. With the science of robotics undergoing a major transformation just now, Springer’s new, authoritative handbook on the subject couldn’t have come at a better time. Having broken free from its origins in industry, robotics has been rapidly expanding into the challenging terrain of unstructured environments. Unlike other handbooks that focus on industrial applications, the Springer Handbook of Robotics incorporates these new developments. Just like all Springer Handbooks, it is utterly comprehensive, edited by internationally renowned experts, and replete with contributions from leading researchers from around the world. The handbook is an ideal resource for robotics experts but also for people new to this expanding field. Bruno Siciliano is Professor of Control and Robotics at the University of Naples Federico II in Italy, President of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, and a Fellow of both IEEE and ASME. Oussama Khatib is Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University in the USA, President of the International Foundation of Robotics Research, an IEEE Fellow, and a recipient of the Japan Robot Association Award in Research and Development. Introduction (Bruno Siciliano, Oussama Khatib) Part A: Robotics Foundations (David Orin) Part A presents the fundamental principles and methods that are used to model, design, and control a robotic system. All of the foundational topics are included in this part: kinematics, dynamics, mechanical design and actuation, sensing and estimation, motion planning, motion control, force control, robotic systems architectures and programming, and AI reasoning methods for task planning and learning. A chapter is devoted to each of these topics. The topics are expanded and applied to specific robotic structures and systems in subsequent parts. Chap. 1. Kinematics (Ken Waldron, James Schmiedeler) Chap. 2. Dynamics (Roy Featherstone, David Orin) Chap. 3. Mechanisms and Actuation (Victor Scheinman, Michael McCarthy) Chap. 4. Sensing and Estimation (Henrik Christensen, Gregory Hager) Chap. 5. Motion Planning (Lydia Kavraki, Steve LaValle) Chap. 6. Motion Control (Wankyun Chung, Li-Chen Fu, Su-Hau Hsu) Chap. 7. Force Control (Luigi Villani, Joris De Schutter) Chap. 8. Robotic Systems Architectures and Programming (David Kortenkamp, Reid Simmons) Chap. 9. AI Reasoning Methods for Robotics (Joachim Hertzberg, Raja Chatila) Part B: Robot Structures (Frank Park) Part B is concerned with the design, modeling, motion planning, and control of the actual physical realizations of a robot. Some of the more obvious mechanical structures that come to mind are arms, legs, and hands; to this list can be added wheeled vehicles and platforms, and robot structures at the micro and nano scales. With separate chapters devoted to performance criteria and model identification, the chapters in this part successively examine serial redundant mechanisms, parallel mechanisms, flexible robots, robot hands, robot legs, wheeled robots, and micro- and nanoscale robots. Chap. 10. Performance Evaluation and Design Criteria (Jorge Angeles, Frank Park) Chap. 11. Redundant Manipulators (Stefano Chiaverini, Giuseppe Oriolo, Ian Walker) Chap. 12. Parallel Mechanisms and Robots (Jean-Pierre Merlet, Clément Gosselin) Chap. 13. Robots with Flexible Elements (Alessandro De Luca, Wayne Book) Chap. 14. Model Identification (John Hollerbach, Wisama Khalil, Maxime Gautier, ) Chap. 15. Robot Hands (Claudio Melchiorri, Makoto Kaneko) Chap. 16. Legged Robots (Shuuji Kajita, Bernard Espiau) Chap. 17. Wheeled Robots (Guy Campion, Woojin Chung) Chap. 18. Micro/Nano Robots (Brad Nelson, Lixin Dong, Fumihito Arai) Part C: Sensing and Perception (Henrik Christensen) Part C covers different sensory modalities and integration of sensor data across space and time to generate models of robots and the external environment. The main sensor types such as tactile, odometry, GPS, ranging and visual perception are presented. Both basic sensor models, sensor data processing and associated representations are covered. Finally, a chapter on sensor fusion itroduces the mathematical tools needed for integration of sensor information across space and time. Chap. 19. Force and Tactile Sensors (Mark Cutkosky, Robert Howe, William Provancher) Chap. 20. Inertial Sensors, GPS and Odometry (Gregory Dudek, Michael Jenkin) Chap. 21. Sonar Sensing (Lindsay Kleeman, Roman Kuc) Chap. 22. Range Sensors (Robert Fisher, Kurt Konolige) Chap. 23. 3D Vision and Recognition (Kostas Daniliidis, Jan-Olof Eklundh) Chap. 24. Visual Servoing and Visual Tracking (François Chaumette, Seth Hutchinson) Chap. 25. Sensor Fusion (Hugh Durrant-Whyte, Tom Henderson) Part D: Manipulation and Interfaces (Makoto Kaneko) Part D is separated into two subparts. The first half is concerned with manipulation where frameworks of modeling, motion planning, and control of grasp and manipulation of an object are addressed, and the second half is concerned with interfaces where physical human-robot interactions are handled. Chap. 26. Motion for Manipulation Tasks (Oliver Brock, James Kuffner, Jing Xiao) Chap. 27. Modelling and Manipulation (Imin Kao, Kevin Lynch, Joel Burdick) Chap. 28. Grasping (Jeff Trinkle, Domenico Prattichizzo) Chap. 29. Cooperative Manipulators (Fabrizio Caccavale, Masaru Uchiyama) Chap. 30. Haptics (Blake Hannaford, Allison Okamura) Chap. 31. Telerobotics (Günter Niemeyer, Carsten Preusche, Gerd Hirzinger) Chap. 32. Networked Teleoperation (Dezhen Song, Kenneth Goldberg, Nak Young Chong) Chap. 33. Exoskeletons for Human Performance Augmentation (Hami Kazerooni) Part E: Mobile and Distributed Robotics (Raja Chatila) Part E Mobile and Distributed Robotics, covers a wide span. The topics address motion planning and control of wheeled robots with kinematic constraints, perception and world modeling, simultaneous localization and mapping, and the integration of those capacities in a control architecture, as a mobile robot is actually the paradigm of a complex integrated system. In addition, multirobot interaction and systems are developed, including modular and reconfigurable robots as well as networked robotics. Chap. 34. Motion Control of Wheeled Mobile Robots (Pascal Morin, Claude Samson) Chap. 35. Motion Planning and Obstacle Avoidance (Javier Minguez, Florent Lamiraux, Jean-Paul Laumond) Chap. 36. World Modeling (Wolfram Burgard, Martial Hebert) Chap. 37. Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (Sebastian Thrun, John Leonard) Chap. 38. Behavior-Based Systems (Maja Mataric, François Michaud) Chap. 39. Distributed and Cellular Robots (Zack Butler, Alfred Rizzi) Chap. 40. Multiple Mobile Robot Systems (Lynne Parker) Chap. 41. Networked Robots (Vijay Kumar, Daniela Rus, Gaurav Sukhatme) Part F: Field and Service Robotics (Alexander Zelinsky) Part F covers topics related to creating field and service application based robots that operate in all types of environments. This includes applications ranging from industrial-robots, through a diverse array of air, land, sea and space applications to educational robotics. This part of the handbook draws on Parts A-E and describes how robots can be put to work. The chapters describe fit for purpose robots and include hardware design, control, perception, and user interfaces. The economic and social drivers for the particular applications are also discussed. Chap. 42. Industrial Robotics (Martin Hägele, Klas Nilsson, Norberto Pires) Chap. 43. Underwater Robotics (Gianluca Antonelli, Thor Inge Fossen, Dana Yoerger) Chap. 44. Aerial Robotics (Eric Feron, Eric Johnson) Chap. 45. Space Robots and Systems (Kazuya Yoshida, Brian Wilcox) Chap. 46. Robotics in Agriculture and Forestry (John Billingsley, Arto Visala, Mark Dunn) Chap. 47. Robotics in Construction (Kamel Saidi, Jonathan O’Brien, Alan Lytle) Chap. 48. Robotics in Hazardous Applications (James Trevelyan, Sungchul Kang, William Hamel) Chap. 49. Mining Robotics (Peter Corke, Jonathan Roberts, Jock Cunningham, David Hainsworth) Chap. 50. Search and Rescue Robotics (Robin Murphy, Satoshi Tadokoro, Daniele Nardi, Adam Jacoff, Paolo Fiorini, Howie Choset, Aydan Erkmen) Chap. 51. Intelligent Vehicles (Alberto Broggi, Alexander Zelinsky, Michel Parent, Charles Thorpe) Chap. 52. Medical Robots and Systems (Russell Taylor, Arianna Menciassi, Gabor Fichtinger, Paolo Dario) Chap. 53. Rehabilitation and Health Care Robotics (Machiel van der Loos, David J. Reinkensmeyer) Chap. 54. Domestic Robots (Erwin Prassler, Kazuhiro Kosuge) Chap. 55. Robots for Education (David Miller, Illah Nourbakhsh, Roland Siegwart) Part G: Human-Centered and Life-Like Robotics (Daniela Rus) Part G covers topics related to creating robots that operate in human-centered environments. This includes the design of robots with humanoid and other biologically inspired morphologies, sensors, actuators, and control architectures. User interfaces such as programming by demonstration and programming for safety are also included in this part. The part concludes with the socio-ethical implications of robots. Chap. 56. Humanoids (Charles Kemp, Paul Fitzpatrick, Hirohisa Hirukawa, Kazuhito Yokoi, Kensuke Harada, Yoshio Matsumoto) Chap. 57. Safety for Physical Human-Robot Interaction (Antonio Bicchi, Michael Peshkin, Edward Colgate) Chap. 58. Social Robots that Interact with People (Cynthia Breazeal, Atsuo Takanishi, Tetsunori Kobayashi) Chap. 59. Robot Programming by Demonstration (Aude Billard, Sylvain Calinon, Ruediger Dillmann, Stefan Schaal) Chap. 60. Biologically-Inspired Robots (Jean-Arcady Meyer, Agnès Guillot) Chap. 61. Evolutionary Robotics (Dario Floreano, Phil Husbands, Stefano Nolfi) Chap. 62. Neurorobotics: From Vision to Action (Michael Arbib, Giorgio Metta, Patrick van der Smagt) Chap. 63. Perceptual Robotics (Heinrich Bülthoff, Christian Wallraven, Martin Giese) Chap. 64. Roboethics: Social and Ethical Implications (Gianmarco Veruggio, Fiorella Operto) Elektrotechnik Energietechnik Basic Principles and Methods of Robotics Biologically-Inspired Robots Industrial Robotics Life-Like Robotics Manipulation and Interfaces of Robots Mobile and Distributed Robotics Roboethics Roboter Robotics Foundations Robot Structures Sensing and Perception of Robots Springer Handbook of Robotics ISBN-10 3-540-23957-X / 354023957X ISBN-13 978-3-540-23957-4 / 9783540239574 Acknowledgements.- Subject Index.- About the Authors   From the reviews

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Springer Handbook of Robotics Incl DVD [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe] von Bruno Siciliano (Herausgeber), Oussama Khatib (Herausgeber) Robotik Robotertechnik Basic Principles and Methods of Robotics Biologically-Inspired Robots Industrial Robotics Life-Like Robotics Manipulation and Interfaces of Robots Mobile and Distributed Robotics Roboethics Roboter Robotics Foundations Robot Structures Sensing and Perception of Robots Elektrotechnik Energietechnik A new, authoritative and utterly comprehensive reference work on robotics that incorporates new developments, surpassing the narrow scope of other robotics handbooks that focus on industrial applications. Edited by internationally renowned experts. With the science of robotics undergoing a major transformation just now, Springer’s new, authoritative handbook on the subject couldn’t have come at a better time. Having broken free from its origins in industry, robotics has been rapidly expanding into the challenging terrain of unstructured environments. Unlike other handbooks that focus on industrial applications, the Springer Handbook of Robotics incorporates these new developments. Just like all Springer Handbooks, it is utterly comprehensive, edited by internationally renowned experts, and replete with contributions from leading researchers from around the world. The handbook is an ideal resource for robotics experts but also for people new to this expanding field. With the science of robotics undergoing a major transformation just now, Springer’s new, authoritative handbook on the subject couldn’t have come at a better time. Having broken free from its origins in industry, robotics has been rapidly expanding into the challenging terrain of unstructured environments. Unlike other handbooks that focus on industrial applications, the Springer Handbook of Robotics incorporates these new developments. Just like all Springer Handbooks, it is utterly comprehensive, edited by internationally renowned experts, and replete with contributions from leading researchers from around the world. The handbook is an ideal resource for robotics experts but also for people new to this expanding field. Bruno Siciliano is Professor of Control and Robotics at the University of Naples Federico II in Italy, President of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, and a Fellow of both IEEE and ASME. Oussama Khatib is Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University in the USA, President of the International Foundation of Robotics Research, an IEEE Fellow, and a recipient of the Japan Robot Association Award in Research and Development. Introduction (Bruno Siciliano, Oussama Khatib) Part A: Robotics Foundations (David Orin) Part A presents the fundamental principles and methods that are used to model, design, and control a robotic system. All of the foundational topics are included in this part: kinematics, dynamics, mechanical design and actuation, sensing and estimation, motion planning, motion control, force control, robotic systems architectures and programming, and AI reasoning methods for task planning and learning. A chapter is devoted to each of these topics. The topics are expanded and applied to specific robotic structures and systems in subsequent parts. Chap. 1. Kinematics (Ken Waldron, James Schmiedeler) Chap. 2. Dynamics (Roy Featherstone, David Orin) Chap. 3. Mechanisms and Actuation (Victor Scheinman, Michael McCarthy) Chap. 4. Sensing and Estimation (Henrik Christensen, Gregory Hager) Chap. 5. Motion Planning (Lydia Kavraki, Steve LaValle) Chap. 6. Motion Control (Wankyun Chung, Li-Chen Fu, Su-Hau Hsu) Chap. 7. Force Control (Luigi Villani, Joris De Schutter) Chap. 8. Robotic Systems Architectures and Programming (David Kortenkamp, Reid Simmons) Chap. 9. AI Reasoning Methods for Robotics (Joachim Hertzberg, Raja Chatila) Part B: Robot Structures (Frank Park) Part B is concerned with the design, modeling, motion planning, and control of the actual physical realizations of a robot. Some of the more obvious mechanical structures that come to mind are arms, legs, and hands; to this list can be added wheeled vehicles and platforms, and robot structures at the micro and nano scales. With separate chapters devoted to performance criteria and model identification, the chapters in this part successively examine serial redundant mechanisms, parallel mechanisms, flexible robots, robot hands, robot legs, wheeled robots, and micro- and nanoscale robots. Chap. 10. Performance Evaluation and Design Criteria (Jorge Angeles, Frank Park) Chap. 11. Redundant Manipulators (Stefano Chiaverini, Giuseppe Oriolo, Ian Walker) Chap. 12. Parallel Mechanisms and Robots (Jean-Pierre Merlet, Clément Gosselin) Chap. 13. Robots with Flexible Elements (Alessandro De Luca, Wayne Book) Chap. 14. Model Identification (John Hollerbach, Wisama Khalil, Maxime Gautier, ) Chap. 15. Robot Hands (Claudio Melchiorri, Makoto Kaneko) Chap. 16. Legged Robots (Shuuji Kajita, Bernard Espiau) Chap. 17. Wheeled Robots (Guy Campion, Woojin Chung) Chap. 18. Micro/Nano Robots (Brad Nelson, Lixin Dong, Fumihito Arai) Part C: Sensing and Perception (Henrik Christensen) Part C covers different sensory modalities and integration of sensor data across space and time to generate models of robots and the external environment. The main sensor types such as tactile, odometry, GPS, ranging and visual perception are presented. Both basic sensor models, sensor data processing and associated representations are covered. Finally, a chapter on sensor fusion itroduces the mathematical tools needed for integration of sensor information across space and time. Chap. 19. Force and Tactile Sensors (Mark Cutkosky, Robert Howe, William Provancher) Chap. 20. Inertial Sensors, GPS and Odometry (Gregory Dudek, Michael Jenkin) Chap. 21. Sonar Sensing (Lindsay Kleeman, Roman Kuc) Chap. 22. Range Sensors (Robert Fisher, Kurt Konolige) Chap. 23. 3D Vision and Recognition (Kostas Daniliidis, Jan-Olof Eklundh) Chap. 24. Visual Servoing and Visual Tracking (François Chaumette, Seth Hutchinson) Chap. 25. Sensor Fusion (Hugh Durrant-Whyte, Tom Henderson) Part D: Manipulation and Interfaces (Makoto Kaneko) Part D is separated into two subparts. The first half is concerned with manipulation where frameworks of modeling, motion planning, and control of grasp and manipulation of an object are addressed, and the second half is concerned with interfaces where physical human-robot interactions are handled. Chap. 26. Motion for Manipulation Tasks (Oliver Brock, James Kuffner, Jing Xiao) Chap. 27. Modelling and Manipulation (Imin Kao, Kevin Lynch, Joel Burdick) Chap. 28. Grasping (Jeff Trinkle, Domenico Prattichizzo) Chap. 29. Cooperative Manipulators (Fabrizio Caccavale, Masaru Uchiyama) Chap. 30. Haptics (Blake Hannaford, Allison Okamura) Chap. 31. Telerobotics (Günter Niemeyer, Carsten Preusche, Gerd Hirzinger) Chap. 32. Networked Teleoperation (Dezhen Song, Kenneth Goldberg, Nak Young Chong) Chap. 33. Exoskeletons for Human Performance Augmentation (Hami Kazerooni) Part E: Mobile and Distributed Robotics (Raja Chatila) Part E Mobile and Distributed Robotics, covers a wide span. The topics address motion planning and control of wheeled robots with kinematic constraints, perception and world modeling, simultaneous localization and mapping, and the integration of those capacities in a control architecture, as a mobile robot is actually the paradigm of a complex integrated system. In addition, multirobot interaction and systems are developed, including modular and reconfigurable robots as well as networked robotics. Chap. 34. Motion Control of Wheeled Mobile Robots (Pascal Morin, Claude Samson) Chap. 35. Motion Planning and Obstacle Avoidance (Javier Minguez, Florent Lamiraux, Jean-Paul Laumond) Chap. 36. World Modeling (Wolfram Burgard, Martial Hebert) Chap. 37. Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (Sebastian Thrun, John Leonard) Chap. 38. Behavior-Based Systems (Maja Mataric, François Michaud) Chap. 39. Distributed and Cellular Robots (Zack Butler, Alfred Rizzi) Chap. 40. Multiple Mobile Robot Systems (Lynne Parker) Chap. 41. Networked Robots (Vijay Kumar, Daniela Rus, Gaurav Sukhatme) Part F: Field and Service Robotics (Alexander Zelinsky) Part F covers topics related to creating field and service application based robots that operate in all types of environments. This includes applications ranging from industrial-robots, through a diverse array of air, land, sea and space applications to educational robotics. This part of the handbook draws on Parts A-E and describes how robots can be put to work. The chapters describe fit for purpose robots and include hardware design, control, perception, and user interfaces. The economic and social drivers for the particular applications are also discussed. Chap. 42. Industrial Robotics (Martin Hägele, Klas Nilsson, Norberto Pires) Chap. 43. Underwater Robotics (Gianluca Antonelli, Thor Inge Fossen, Dana Yoerger) Chap. 44. Aerial Robotics (Eric Feron, Eric Johnson) Chap. 45. Space Robots and Systems (Kazuya Yoshida, Brian Wilcox) Chap. 46. Robotics in Agriculture and Forestry (John Billingsley, Arto Visala, Mark Dunn) Chap. 47. Robotics in Construction (Kamel Saidi, Jonathan O’Brien, Alan Lytle) Chap. 48. Robotics in Hazardous Applications (James Trevelyan, Sungchul Kang, William Hamel) Chap. 49. Mining Robotics (Peter Corke, Jonathan Roberts, Jock Cunningham, David Hainsworth) Chap. 50. Search and Rescue Robotics (Robin Murphy, Satoshi Tadokoro, Daniele Nardi, Adam Jacoff, Paolo Fiorini, Howie Choset, Aydan Erkmen) Chap. 51. Intelligent Vehicles (Alberto Broggi, Alexander Zelinsky, Michel Parent, Charles Thorpe) Chap. 52. Medical Robots and Systems (Russell Taylor, Arianna Menciassi, Gabor Fichtinger, Paolo Dario) Chap. 53. Rehabilitation and Health Care Robotics (Machiel van der Loos, David J. Reinkensmeyer) Chap. 54. Domestic Robots (Erwin Prassler, Kazuhiro Kosuge) Chap. 55. Robots for Education (David Miller, Illah Nourbakhsh, Roland Siegwart) Part G: Human-Centered and Life-Like Robotics (Daniela Rus) Part G covers topics related to creating robots that operate in human-centered environments. This includes the design of robots with humanoid and other biologically inspired morphologies, sensors, actuators, and control architectures. User interfaces such as programming by demonstration and programming for safety are also included in this part. The part concludes with the socio-ethical implications of robots. Chap. 56. Humanoids (Charles Kemp, Paul Fitzpatrick, Hirohisa Hirukawa, Kazuhito Yokoi, Kensuke Harada, Yoshio Matsumoto) Chap. 57. Safety for Physical Human-Robot Interaction (Antonio Bicchi, Michael Peshkin, Edward Colgate) Chap. 58. Social Robots that Interact with People (Cynthia Breazeal, Atsuo Takanishi, Tetsunori Kobayashi) Chap. 59. Robot Programming by Demonstration (Aude Billard, Sylvain Calinon, Ruediger Dillmann, Stefan Schaal) Chap. 60. Biologically-Inspired Robots (Jean-Arcady Meyer, Agnès Guillot) Chap. 61. Evolutionary Robotics (Dario Floreano, Phil Husbands, Stefano Nolfi) Chap. 62. Neurorobotics: From Vision to Action (Michael Arbib, Giorgio Metta, Patrick van der Smagt) Chap. 63. Perceptual Robotics (Heinrich Bülthoff, Christian Wallraven, Martin Giese) Chap. 64. Roboethics: Social and Ethical Implications (Gianmarco Veruggio, Fiorella Operto) Elektrotechnik Energietechnik Basic Principles and Methods of Robotics Biologically-Inspired Robots Industrial Robotics Life-Like Robotics Manipulation and Interfaces of Robots Mobile and Distributed Robotics Roboethics Roboter Robotics Foundations Robot Structures Sensing and Perception of Robots Springer Handbook of Robotics ISBN-10 3-540-23957-X / 354023957X ISBN-13 978-3-540-23957-4 / 9783540239574 Acknowledgements.- Subject Index.- About the Authors From the reviews""A comprehensive collection of the international accomplishments in the field and presents the very latest research in robotics. … Designed for research and practice, the handbook is edited by the internationally renowned robotics experts … . The coverage of all specialist fields infringing into robotics makes this handbook a reliable desk reference for scientists and engineers in the industry. It also provides basic and more advanced content for scholars from related disciplines such as biomechanics, neurosciences, virtual simulation, animation, surgery, and sensor networks, among others."" (Renate Bayaz, EurekAlert!, May, 2008) ""Together with Oussama Khatib, who is a Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, Siciliano has edited and launched a ‘Handbook of Robotics’ that aims to make the increasingly complex field of robotics more accessible to engineers, doctors, computer scientists and designers. … The handbook was conceived to provide a valuable resource not only for robotics experts, but also for newcomers to this expanding field [such as] engineers, medical doctors, computer scientists, and designers."" (Liz Tay, iTnews, June, 2008) ""The ‘Springer Handbook of Robotics’ … basically differs from other handbooks of robotics focusing on industrial applications. It presents a widespread and well-structured coverage from the foundations of robotics, through the consolidated methodologies and technologies, up to the new emerging application areas of robotics. The handbook is an ideal resource for robotics experts but also for people new to this expanding field such as engineers, medical doctors, computer scientists, designers; edited by two internationally renowned experts."" (Amazon, Juni, 2008) ""Siciliano and Khatib have assembled a massive and comprehensive tome on robotics, circa 2008. Sections of the book can be read by a diverse audience of undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and even the general public. Spanning any field associated with the subject."" (W Boudville, Amazon, Juni, 2008) ""The handbook is a very large and truly encyclopedic work, covering all aspects of robotics, from fundamental principles to applications. The book’s 1,600 pages are subdivided into seven parts … . Each of the seven parts is subdivided into multiple chapters, all written by experts in their fields throughout the world. … This amazing book does an incredible job of balancing theory and practice throughout. It should be an immensely valuable reference for students and practitioners of robotics for many years to come."" (George A. Bekey, IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, September, 2008) ""The book’s seven parts and 64 chapters concisely review wholesomely ‘traditional’ applications of robotics, as well as address emerging questions of the science and technology of robots. … The volume is rich in indexes and lists. The accompanying DVD- ROM assists readers in perusing the topics. This is a must-have work for anyone with even a remote interest and interaction with this field. … Summing UpEssential. Graduate students, researchers, faculty, professionals, and informed general readers."" (G. Trajkovski, Choice, Vol. 46 (6), February, 2009) SynopsisRobotics is undergoing a major transformation in scope and dimension. Starting from a predominantly industrial focus, robotics has been rapidly expanding into the challenges of unstructured environments. The ""Springer Handbookof Robotics"" incorporates these new developments and therefore basically differs from other handbooks of robotics focusing on industrial applications. It presents a widespread and well-structured conglomeration of new emerging application areas of robotics. The handbook is an ideal resource for robotics experts but also for people new to this expanding field such as engineers, medical doctors, computer scientists, designers; edited by two internationally renowned experts. Bruno Siciliano is Professor of Control and Robotics at University of Naples, President-Elect and Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, and he is on the board of the European Robotics Research Network. He is a Fellow of both IEEE and ASME. Oussama Khatib is Professor at Stanford University, President of IFRR, the International Foundation of Robotics Research, Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society and a recipient of the JARA (Japan Robot Association) Award in Research and Development. He is a Fellow of the IEEE. Die Urgesteine der Robotik Bruno und Oussama haben sich mächtig ins Zeug gelegt, um die all die Korryphäen dieser Welt im Bereich Robotik zu einem gemeinsamen Standardwerk zusammen zu bringen. Hut ab - das ist ihnen gelungen. In dem Fach-Buch lässt sich viel über Robotertechnik lernen - und ist eine Abbildung des aktuellen Forschungs- und Wissenstands im Dunstkreis von Robotern. Das Buch ist ein wenig dick und schwer, so eignet es sich eher am Schreibtisch als im Freibad zu lesen - glücklicherweise gibt es zusätzlich die DVD, auf der das Buch in PDF drauf ist. So kann man hier Volltextsuche machen, und auf einem tragbaren Lesegerät (Laptop) das Ding doch ins Freibad mitnehmen;) Springer Handbook of Robotics Incl DVD [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe] von Bruno Siciliano (Herausgeber), Oussama Khatib (Herausgeber)

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Schlagworte: Robotik Robotertechnik Basic Principles and Methods of Robotics Biologically-Inspired Robots Industrial Robotics Life-Like Robotics Manipulation and Interfaces of Robots Mobile and Distributed Robotics Roboethics Roboter Robotics Foundations Robot Structures Sensing and Perception of Robots Elektrotechnik Energietechnik A new, authoritative and utterly comprehensive reference work on robotics that incorporates new developments, surpassing the narrow scope of other robotics handbooks that focus on industrial applications. Edited by internationally renowned experts. With the science of robotics undergoing a major transformation just now, Springer’s new, authoritative handbook on the subject couldn’t have come at a better time. Having broken free from its origins in industry, robotics has been rapidly expanding into the challenging terrain of unstructured environments. Unlike other handbooks that focus on industrial applications, the Springer Handbook of Robotics incorporates these new developments. Just like all Springer Handbooks, it is utterly comprehensive, edited by internationally renowned experts, and replete with contributions from leading researchers from around the world. The handbook is an ideal resource for robotics experts but also for people new to this expanding field. With the science of robotics undergoing a major transformation just now, Springer’s new, authoritative handbook on the subject couldn’t have come at a better time. Having broken free from its origins in industry, robotics has been rapidly expanding into the challenging terrain of unstructured environments. Unlike other handbooks that focus on industrial applications, the Springer Handbook of Robotics incorporates these new developments. Just like all Springer Handbooks, it is utterly comprehensive, edited by internationally renowned experts, and replete with contributions from leading researchers from around the world. The handbook is an ideal resource for robotics experts but also for people new to this expanding field. Bruno Siciliano is Professor of Control and Robotics at the University of Naples Federico II in Italy, President of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, and a Fellow of both IEEE and ASME. Oussama Khatib is Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University in the USA, President of the International Foundation of Robotics Research, an IEEE Fellow, and a recipient of the Japan Robot Association Award in Research and Development. Introduction (Bruno Siciliano, Oussama Khatib) Part A: Robotics Foundations (David Orin) Part A presents the fundamental principles and methods that are used to model, design, and control a robotic system. All of the foundational topics are included in this part: kinematics, dynamics, mechanical design and actuation, sensing and estimation, motion planning, motion control, force control, robotic systems architectures and programming, and AI reasoning methods for task planning and learning. A chapter is devoted to each of these topics. The topics are expanded and applied to specific robotic structures and systems in subsequent parts. Chap. 1. Kinematics (Ken Waldron, James Schmiedeler) Chap. 2. Dynamics (Roy Featherstone, David Orin) Chap. 3. Mechanisms and Actuation (Victor Scheinman, Michael McCarthy) Chap. 4. Sensing and Estimation (Henrik Christensen, Gregory Hager) Chap. 5. Motion Planning (Lydia Kavraki, Steve LaValle) Chap. 6. Motion Control (Wankyun Chung, Li-Chen Fu, Su-Hau Hsu) Chap. 7. Force Control (Luigi Villani, Joris De Schutter) Chap. 8. Robotic Systems Architectures and Programming (David Kortenkamp, Reid Simmons) Chap. 9. AI Reasoning Methods for Robotics (Joachim Hertzberg, Raja Chatila) Part B: Robot Structures (Frank Park) Part B is concerned with the design, modeling, motion planning, and control of the actual physical realizations of a robot. Some of the more obvious mechanical structures that come to mind are arms, legs, and hands; to this list can be added wheeled vehicles and platforms, and robot structures at the micro and nano scales. With separate chapters devoted to performance criteria and model identification, the chapters in this part successively examine serial redundant mechanisms, parallel mechanisms, flexible robots, robot hands, robot legs, wheeled robots, and micro- and nanoscale robots. Chap. 10. Performance Evaluation and Design Criteria (Jorge Angeles, Frank Park) Chap. 11. Redundant Manipulators (Stefano Chiaverini, Giuseppe Oriolo, Ian Walker) Chap. 12. Parallel Mechanisms and Robots (Jean-Pierre Merlet, Clément Gosselin) Chap. 13. Robots with Flexible Elements (Alessandro De Luca, Wayne Book) Chap. 14. Model Identification (John Hollerbach, Wisama Khalil, Maxime Gautier, ) Chap. 15. Robot Hands (Claudio Melchiorri, Makoto Kaneko) Chap. 16. Legged Robots (Shuuji Kajita, Bernard Espiau) Chap. 17. Wheeled Robots (Guy Campion, Woojin Chung) Chap. 18. Micro/Nano Robots (Brad Nelson, Lixin Dong, Fumihito Arai) Part C: Sensing and Perception (Henrik Christensen) Part C covers different sensory modalities and integration of sensor data across space and time to generate models of robots and the external environment. The main sensor types such as tactile, odometry, GPS, ranging and visual perception are presented. Both basic sensor models, sensor data processing and associated representations are covered. Finally, a chapter on sensor fusion itroduces the mathematical tools needed for integration of sensor information across space and time. Chap. 19. Force and Tactile Sensors (Mark Cutkosky, Robert Howe, William Provancher) Chap. 20. Inertial Sensors, GPS and Odometry (Gregory Dudek, Michael Jenkin) Chap. 21. Sonar Sensing (Lindsay Kleeman, Roman Kuc) Chap. 22. Range Sensors (Robert Fisher, Kurt Konolige) Chap. 23. 3D Vision and Recognition (Kostas Daniliidis, Jan-Olof Eklundh) Chap. 24. Visual Servoing and Visual Tracking (François Chaumette, Seth Hutchinson) Chap. 25. Sensor Fusion (Hugh Durrant-Whyte, Tom Henderson) Part D: Manipulation and Interfaces (Makoto Kaneko) Part D is separated into two subparts. The first half is concerned with manipulation where frameworks of modeling, motion planning, and control of grasp and manipulation of an object are addressed, and the second half is concerned with interfaces where physical human-robot interactions are handled. Chap. 26. Motion for Manipulation Tasks (Oliver Brock, James Kuffner, Jing Xiao) Chap. 27. Modelling and Manipulation (Imin Kao, Kevin Lynch, Joel Burdick) Chap. 28. Grasping (Jeff Trinkle, Domenico Prattichizzo) Chap. 29. Cooperative Manipulators (Fabrizio Caccavale, Masaru Uchiyama) Chap. 30. Haptics (Blake Hannaford, Allison Okamura) Chap. 31. Telerobotics (Günter Niemeyer, Carsten Preusche, Gerd Hirzinger) Chap. 32. Networked Teleoperation (Dezhen Song, Kenneth Goldberg, Nak Young Chong) Chap. 33. Exoskeletons for Human Performance Augmentation (Hami Kazerooni) Part E: Mobile and Distributed Robotics (Raja Chatila) Part E Mobile and Distributed Robotics, covers a wide span. The topics address motion planning and control of wheeled robots with kinematic constraints, perception and world modeling, simultaneous localization and mapping, and the integration of those capacities in a control architecture, as a mobile robot is actually the paradigm of a complex integrated system. In addition, multirobot interaction and systems are developed, including modular and reconfigurable robots as well as networked robotics. Chap. 34. Motion Control of Wheeled Mobile Robots (Pascal Morin, Claude Samson) Chap. 35. Motion Planning and Obstacle Avoidance (Javier Minguez, Florent Lamiraux, Jean-Paul Laumond) Chap. 36. World Modeling (Wolfram Burgard, Martial Hebert) Chap. 37. Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (Sebastian Thrun, John Leonard) Chap. 38. Behavior-Based Systems (Maja Mataric, François Michaud) Chap. 39. Distributed and Cellular Robots (Zack Butler, Alfred Rizzi) Chap. 40. Multiple Mobile Robot Systems (Lynne Parker) Chap. 41. Networked Robots (Vijay Kumar, Daniela Rus, Gaurav Sukhatme) Part F: Field and Service Robotics (Alexander Zelinsky) Part F covers topics related to creating field and service application based robots that operate in all types of environments. This includes applications ranging from industrial-robots, through a diverse array of air, land, sea and space applications to educational robotics. This part of the handbook draws on Parts A-E and describes how robots can be put to work. The chapters describe fit for purpose robots and include hardware design, control, perception, and user interfaces. The economic and social drivers for the particular applications are also discussed. Chap. 42. Industrial Robotics (Martin Hägele, Klas Nilsson, Norberto Pires) Chap. 43. Underwater Robotics (Gianluca Antonelli, Thor Inge Fossen, Dana Yoerger) Chap. 44. Aerial Robotics (Eric Feron, Eric Johnson) Chap. 45. Space Robots and Systems (Kazuya Yoshida, Brian Wilcox) Chap. 46. Robotics in Agriculture and Forestry (John Billingsley, Arto Visala, Mark Dunn) Chap. 47. Robotics in Construction (Kamel Saidi, Jonathan O’Brien, Alan Lytle) Chap. 48. Robotics in Hazardous Applications (James Trevelyan, Sungchul Kang, William Hamel) Chap. 49. Mining Robotics (Peter Corke, Jonathan Roberts, Jock Cunningham, David Hainsworth) Chap. 50. Search and Rescue Robotics (Robin Murphy, Satoshi Tadokoro, Daniele Nardi, Adam Jacoff, Paolo Fiorini, Howie Choset, Aydan Erkmen) Chap. 51. Intelligent Vehicles (Alberto Broggi, Alexander Zelinsky, Michel Parent, Charles Thorpe) Chap. 52. Medical Robots and Systems (Russell Taylor, Arianna Menciassi, Gabor Fichtinger, Paolo Dario) Chap. 53. Rehabilitation and Health Care Robotics (Machiel van der Loos, David J. Reinkensmeyer) Chap. 54. Domestic Robots (Erwin Prassler, Kazuhiro Kosuge) Chap. 55. Robots for Education (David Miller, Illah Nourbakhsh, Roland Siegwart) Part G: Human-Centered and Life-Like Robotics (Daniela Rus) Part G covers topics related to creating robots that operate in human-centered environments. This includes the design of robots with humanoid and other biologically inspired morphologies, sensors, actuators, and control architectures. User interfaces such as programming by demonstration and programming for safety are also included in this part. The part concludes with the socio-ethical implications of robots. Chap. 56. Humanoids (Charles Kemp, Paul Fitzpatrick, Hirohisa Hirukawa, Kazuhito Yokoi, Kensuke Harada, Yoshio Matsumoto) Chap. 57. Safety for Physical Human-Robot Interaction (Antonio Bicchi, Michael Peshkin, Edward Colgate) Chap. 58. Social Robots that Interact with People (Cynthia Breazeal, Atsuo Takanishi, Tetsunori Kobayashi) Chap. 59. Robot Programming by Demonstration (Aude Billard, Sylvain Calinon, Ruediger Dillmann, Stefan Schaal) Chap. 60. Biologically-Inspired Robots (Jean-Arcady Meyer, Agnès Guillot) Chap. 61. Evolutionary Robotics (Dario Floreano, Phil Husbands, Stefano Nolfi) Chap. 62. Neurorobotics: From Vision to Action (Michael Arbib, Giorgio Metta, Patrick van der Smagt) Chap. 63. Perceptual Robotics (Heinrich Bülthoff, Christian Wallraven, Martin Giese) Chap. 64. Roboethics: Social and Ethical Implications (Gianmarco Veruggio, Fiorella Operto) Elektrotechnik Energietechnik Basic Principles and Methods of Robotics Biologically-Inspired Robots Industrial Robotics Life-Like Robotics Manipulation and Interfaces of Robots Mobile and Distributed Robotics Roboethics Roboter Robotics Foundations Robot Structures Sensing and Perception of Robots Springer Handbook of Robotics ISBN-10 3-540-23957-X / 354023957X ISBN-13 978-3-540-23957-4 / 9783540239574 Acknowledgements.- Subject Index.- About the Authors From the reviews""A comprehensive collection of the international accomplishments in the field and presents the very latest research in robotics. … Designed for research and practice, the handbook is edited by the internationally renowned robotics experts … . The coverage of all specialist fields infringing into robotics makes this handbook a reliable desk reference for scientists and engineers in the industry. It also provides basic and more advanced content for scholars from related disciplines such as biomechanics, neurosciences, virtual simulation, animation, surgery, and sensor networks, among others."" (Renate Bayaz, EurekAlert!, May, 2008) ""Together with Oussama Khatib, who is a Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, Siciliano has edited and launched a ‘Handbook of Robotics’ that aims to make the increasingly complex field of robotics more accessible to engineers, doctors, computer scientists and designers. … The handbook was conceived to provide a valuable resource not only for robotics experts, but also for newcomers to this expanding field [such as] engineers, medical doctors, computer scientists, and designers."" (Liz Tay, iTnews, June, 2008) ""The ‘Springer Handbook of Robotics’ … basically differs from other handbooks of robotics focusing on industrial applications. It presents a widespread and well-structured coverage from the foundations of robotics, through the consolidated methodologies and technologies, up to the new emerging application areas of robotics. The handbook is an ideal resource for robotics experts but also for people new to this expanding field such as engineers, medical doctors, computer scientists, designers; edited by two internationally renowned experts."" (Amazon, Juni, 2008) ""Siciliano and Khatib have assembled a massive and comprehensive tome on robotics, circa 2008. Sections of the book can be read by a diverse audience of undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and even the general public. Spanning any field associated with the subject."" (W Boudville, Amazon, Juni, 2008) ""The handbook is a very large and truly encyclopedic work, covering all aspects of robotics, from fundamental principles to applications. The book’s 1,600 pages are subdivided into seven parts … . Each of the seven parts is subdivided into multiple chapters, all written by experts in their fields throughout the world. … This amazing book does an incredible job of balancing theory and practice throughout. It should be an immensely valuable reference for students and practitioners of robotics for many years to come."" (George A. Bekey, IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, September, 2008) ""The book’s seven parts and 64 chapters concisely review wholesomely ‘traditional’ applications of robotics, as well as address emerging questions of the science and technology of robots. … The volume is rich in indexes and lists. The accompanying DVD- ROM assists readers in perusing the topics. This is a must-have work for anyone with even a remote interest and interaction with this field. … Summing UpEssential. Graduate students, researchers, faculty, professionals, and informed general readers."" (G. Trajkovski, Choice, Vol. 46 (6), February, 2009) SynopsisRobotics is undergoing a major transformation in scope and dimension. Starting from a predominantly industrial focus, robotics has been rapidly expanding into the challenges of unstructured environments. The ""Springer Handbookof Robotics"" incorporates these new developments and therefore basically differs from other handbooks of robotics focusing on industrial applications. It presents a widespread and well-structured conglomeration of new emerging application areas of robotics. The handbook is an ideal resource for robotics experts but also for people new to this expanding field such as engineers, medical doctors, computer scientists, designers; edited by two internationally renowned experts. Bruno Siciliano is Professor of Control and Robotics at University of Naples, President-Elect and Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, and he is on the board of the European Robotics Research Network. He is a Fellow of both IEEE and ASME. Oussama Khatib is Professor at Stanford University, President of IFRR, the International Foundation of Robotics Research, Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society and a recipient of the JARA (Japan Robot Association) Award in Research and Development. He is a Fellow of the IEEE. Die Urgesteine der Robotik Bruno und Oussama haben sich mächtig ins Zeug gelegt, um die all die Korryphäen dieser Welt im Bereich Robotik zu einem gemeinsamen Standardwerk zusammen zu bringen. Hut ab - das ist ihnen gelungen. In dem Fach-Buch lässt sich viel über Robotertechnik lernen - und ist eine Abbildung des aktuellen Forschungs- und Wissenstands im Dunstkreis von Robotern. Das Buch ist ein wenig dick und schwer, so eignet es sich eher am Schreibtisch als im Freibad zu lesen - glücklicherweise gibt es zusätzlich die DVD, auf der das Buch in PDF drauf ist. So kann man hier Volltextsuche machen, und auf einem tragbaren Lesegerät (Laptop) das Ding doch ins Freibad mitnehmen;) Robotik Robotertechnik Basic Principles and Methods of Robotics Biologically-Inspired Robots Industrial Robotics Life-Like Robotics Manipulation and Interfaces of Robots Mobile and Distributed Robotics Roboethics Roboter Robotics Foundations Robot Structures Sensing and Perception of Robots Elektrotechnik Energietechnik ISBN-10 3-540-23957-X / 354023957X ISBN-13 978-3-540-23957-4 / 9783540239574Springer Handbook of Robotics Incl DVD [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe] von Bruno Siciliano (Herausgeber), Oussama Khatib (Herausgeber)

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Handbuch des Industrial Engeneerings Teil II - XIII in 8 Bänden Gestaltung, Planung und Steuerung industrieller Arbeit

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Handbuch des Industrial Engeneerings Teil II - XIII in 8 Bänden Gestaltung, Planung und Steuerung industrieller Arbeit 8 mal SC - 15 x 21 cm - Verlag: Beuth, Berlin - co 1956 - ISBN: ohne - ca 2800 Seiten Teil II. Arbeitsgestaltung Teill III Zeitvorgabe Teil IV Vorbestimmte Zeitung Teil V Leistung und Lohn Teil VI Leistung und Lohn Teil VII Methoden der Planung, Steuerung und Überwachung Teil VII mehr lesen ...
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Schlagworte: Industrial Engineering bezeichnet ein Arbeitsgebiet, in dem es um die Gestaltung, Planung und Optimierung von Leistungserstellungsprozessen im weitesten Sinne mit ingenieurwissenschaftlichen Methoden geht. In der Umsetzung handelt es sich immer um Arbeitsgestaltung. Dementsprechend haben die zugehörigen Studiengänge Studieninhalte sowohl aus den Ingenieurswissenschaften als auch der Managementlehre. Während die meisten Ingenieurwissenschaften auf sehr spezielle Anwendungsgebiete konzentriert sind, ist das des Industrial-Engineers breit und in nahezu jeder Branche auffindbar. Beispielsweise gehört das Verkürzen der Warteschlangen in einem Vergnügungspark, die effiziente Nutzung eines Operationssaals, die Ausgestaltung eines Logistiksystems – Supply-Chain-Management –, aber auch einfach Rationalisierungen bei der Herstellung von Autos zum Aufgabengebiet. Typisch im Industrial Engineering ist die Nutzung von Computersimulationen, besonders auch Ereignisgesteuerte Prozessketten, zur Systemanalyse und System-Evaluation. Mittlerweile ist die Wirkungsbreite des Industrial Engineering deutlich angewachsen und umfasst neben den klassischen Aufgaben der Arbeitsplanung auch weitere Aufgabenfelder wie die Arbeitsplanerstellung, die Zeitwirtschaft, die Entgeltgestaltung, die Planungsvorbereitung, die Materialplanung, Betriebsmittelplanung und Methodenplanung. Im Zuge der Weiterentwicklung ist das moderne Industrial Engineering verantwortlich für das Produktivitätsentwicklungssystem bestehend aus Mensch, Material und Maschine.[3] Das Industrial Engineering gestaltet den Wertstrom von der Produktplanung über die Produktionsplanung/Prozessplanung bis zur Fertigungsoptimierung. Diese gehören zusammen und treiben ganzheitlich die Produktivitätsentwicklung unter Berücksichtigung von Humanaspekten. Des Weiteren sorgt das Industrial Engineering für die notwendige Transparenz und liefert Daten für die strategische Planung des Managements, beispielsweise im Rahmen des Produktivitätsmanagements. In Deutschland angebotene Studiengänge mit dem Titel Industrial Engineering sind zumeist mit einem englischen Titel versehene Wirtschaftsingenieurstudiengänge, die tatsächlich eher ein halbes Wirtschaftsstudium – inklusive Volkswirtschaftslehre und Finanzwirtschaft – und ein halbes Ingenieursstudium, zumeist aus dem Maschinenbau beinhalten. Die originären Themen des Industrial Engineering fehlen in diesen Studiengängen mitunter gänzlich. Studiengänge, die nicht aus der Tradition eines Wirtschaftsingenieur entstanden sind, sondern sich originär am Aufgabengebiet des Industrial Engineer orientieren, finden sich an Hochschulen in Aachen[4], Berlin[5], Kleve[6], Kiel und Lübeck[7]. Ein Äquivalent an anderen Hochschulen wäre somit eher z. B. der Maschinenbau mit Vertiefung auf Produktion oder Produktionstechnik. Der Weiterbildung im Bereich des Industrial Engineering widmet sich im Wesentlichen und traditionell der REFA-Verband, welcher der Entwicklung unter anderem insofern Rechnung trug, als er mit der Ausgabe 1(2008) seine traditionelle Fachzeitschrift REFA-Nachrichten in Industrial Engineering umbenannte[10] – gleichzeitig mit einer Modernisierung des redaktionellen Konzeptes. Zuvor war mit 1(2007) das European Journal of Industrial Engineering (EJIE) erstmals erschienen[11]. Auch die MTM-Vereinigung hat begonnen, ihre MTM-spezifischen Ausbildungen um weitere Themen des Industrial Engineering zu ergänzen, damit MTM-Anwender neben spezifischen Kenntnissen der Methoden auch ein breiteres Grundlagenwissen erhalten.

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Industrial Ecology: Mit Ökologie zukunftsorientiert wirtschaften [Gebundene Ausgabe] Nachhaltiges Management Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement Ökologie industrielle Ökonomie ökologische Umweltökonomie Zukunftsfähigkeit Ressourcenökonomik globaler Umweltschutz Armut soziale Sicherheit Umwelttechnik Nachhaltigkeitsinnovationen Sustainability Ralf Isenmann (Herausgeber), Michael von Hauff (Herausgeber)

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Industrial Ecology: Mit Ökologie zukunftsorientiert wirtschaften [Gebundene Ausgabe] Nachhaltiges Management Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement Ökologie industrielle Ökonomie ökologische Umweltökonomie Zukunftsfähigkeit Ressourcenökonomik globaler Umweltschutz Armut soziale Sicherheit Umwelttechnik Nachhaltigkeitsinnovationen Sustainability Ralf Isenmann (Herausgeber), Michael von Hauff (Herausgeber)

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Schlagworte: Nachhaltiges Management Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement Ökologie industrielle Ökonomie ökologische Umweltökonomie Zukunftsfähigkeit Zur Bewältigung der großen Herausforderungen der Gegenwart (v.a. Ressourcenausbeutung, globaler Umweltschutz, Armut, soziale Sicherheit, Stärkung des umwelttechnischen Fortschritts, Förderung von Nachhaltigkeitsinnovationen und Umsetzung einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung) werden gut ausgebildete Personen sowie Entscheidungsträger auf allen Ebenen benötigt. An diese sind insbesondere drei Anforderungen zu stellen- ein systemperspektivisches Verständnis der Wechselwirkungen von Technik/Wirtschaft/Gesellschaft einerseits und Umwelt/Ökologie andererseits; - die Beherrschung der Methoden zur Erfassung und Bewertung der umweltbezogenen Implikationen technischer und wirtschaftlicher Prozesse; - eine hinreichende Kenntnis der Planungs- und Managementinstrumente für ein nachhaltiges Ressourcenmanagement auf verschiedenen Handlungsebenen. Wirtschaften ausgerichtet am Leitbild der nachhaltigen Entwicklungkreislauforientiert, ressourceneffizient und zukunftsorientiert, das ist das Ziel der neuen fachübergreifenden Forschungs- und Studienrichtung ""Industrial Ecology"". Einerseits geht es um den Umstieg auf regenerative Stoff- und Energiequellen, Recycling und Vermeidung nicht verwertbarer Abfälle, andererseits um die Optimierung von Produkten, Dienstleistungen, Prozessen, Industrieanlagen sowie unternehmensübergreifenden Wertschöpfungsketten. So lassen sich die industriellen Stoff- und Energieströme qualitativ und quantitativ in die Naturkreisläufe einbetten. Die neue und dynamisch aufstrebende Forschungs- und Studienrichtung ist interdisziplinär ausgelegt und öffnet traditionelle Wissenschaftsdisziplinen. Sie vereint natur- und ingenieurwissenschaftliche sowie sozial- und wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Ansätze. Führende Fachvertreter aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz geben in diesem Buch eine aktuelle und einführende Übersicht zur ""Industrial Ecology"" mit konzeptionellen Grundlagen, zentralen Handlungsfeldern sowie Kernwerkzeugen und erfolgreichen Praxisbeispielen. Herausgeber: PD Dr. Ralf Isenmann: Habilitation in Betriebswirtschaftslehre an der Universität Bremen, zuvor Promotion in Betriebswirtschaftslehre und Studium des Wirtschaftsingenieurwesens an der Technischen Universität Kaiserslautern, ist Privatdozent am Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaft an der Universität Bremen, dort Mitarbeiter am Institut für Projektmanagement und Innovation sowie Mitglied im Forschungszentrum Nachhaltigkeit. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte liegen in den Schnittstellen zwischen Nachhaltigkeits-, Technologie- und Informationsmanagement. Prof. Dr. Michael von Hauff: ist Hochschullehrer für Volkswirtschaftslehre an der Technischen Universität Kaiserslautern mit den Schwerpunkten Wirtschaftspolitik und Internationale Wirtschaftsbeziehungen. Er hatte eine Gastprofessur an der University of Delhi und Lehraufträge an verschiedenen deutschen und asiatischen Universitäten. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte sind Umweltökonomie und Entwicklungsökonomie. Aktuelle Forschungsprojekte wenden sich der theoretischen und empirischen Fundierung des Leitbildes Nachhaltiger Entwicklung zu. Die Herausgeber haben langjährige Erfahrung in den Themenbereichen der Industrial Ecology und sind u.a. in folgenden Fachkreisen tätig: - International Society for Industrial Ecology (ISIE) - Verband der Hochschullehrer für Umweltwirtschaft - Mehrfache Gastherausgeberschaft in international einschlägigen Zeitschriften (z.B. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development) - Einschlägige Publikation in Fachzeitschriften (z.B. Journal of Industrial Ecology, International Journal of Sustainable Development, Sustainable Development) - Erfahrung aus zahlreichen internationalen Forschungsprojekten zum Thema Industrial Ecology (z.B. Burma, China, Columbia, India, Indonesia, Korea, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Namibia, Nepal, Peru, Philippines, South Korea, Tanzania, Thailand, Vietnam, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka). Beitragsautoren: Dr. Christoph Bey (Centre de Recherche en Management Durable, Tours-Poitiers) Dr. habil. Stefan Bringezu (Wuppertal Institut) Prof. Dr. John Ehrenfeld (Lexington, Massachusetts, USA) Prof. Dr. Suren Erkman (University of Lausanne, UNIL) Prof. Dr. Jürgen Ertel (Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus) Prof. Dr. Marina Fischer-Kowalski (Institut für interdisziplinäre Forschung und Fortbildung, Wien) Prof. Dr. Jürgen Freimann (Universität Kassel) Prof. Dr. Arnim von Gleich (Universität Bremen) Prof. Dr. Edeltraud Günther (Technische Universität Dresden) Prof. Dr. Lorenz M. Hilty (Eidgenössische Material und Prüfanstal, St. Gallen) Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. Holger Hoppe (TU Dresden) Prof. Dr. Joseph Huber (Martin-Luther-Universität Halle) Dipl.-Kffr. Ines Klauke (TU Dresden) Prof. Dr. Walter Leal (Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg) Prof. Dr. Georg Müller-Christ (Universität Bremen) Dr. Elke Perl (Karl Franzens Universität Graz) PD Dr. Alfred Posch (Karl Franzens Universität Graz) PD Dr. Stefan Seuring (Carl von Ossietzky-Universität Oldenburg) Dr. Helga Weisz (Universität Klagenfurt) Prof. Dr. Ines Weller (Universität Bremen) Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Wilderer (Technische Universität München) Veronika Wolf (Ministerium für Umwelt und Naturschutz, Landwirtschaft und Verbraucherschutz des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen) Dipl.-Ing. Nele Zechel (TU Cottbus) Aus dem Inhalt:VorwortGeleitwort von Jürgen Freimann (Kommission Umweltwirtschaft im Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V.) 1 Einführung in die Industrial Ecology 2 Ziel und Aufbau des BuchesTeil I: Inhaltliche Orientierung und disziplinäre Verankerung der Industrial Ecology 3 Historischer Überblick zur Industrial Ecology 4 Industrial Ecology und nachhaltige Entwicklung 5 Natur als Vorbild: Identitätsstiftendes Merkmal der Industrial Ecology 6 Grenzen der Kreislaufwirtschaft 7 Multidisziplinäre Wurzeln der Industrial EcologyTeil II: Aktuelle Handlungsfelder der Industrial Ecology 8 Nachhaltiges Wassermanagement: Umgang mit einer lebensnotwendigen Ressource 9 Nachhaltige Metallwirtschaft: Materialversorgung mit Zukunft 10 Industrial Ecology in Unternehmen: Widersprüche, Grenzen und Vertrauen 11 Nachhaltiges Supply Chain Management: Konzept und Fallbeispiel Textilindustrie 12 Technologische Umweltinnovationen13 Vom nachhaltigen Konsum zu nachhaltigen Versorgungssystemen 14 Umweltfreundliche öffentliche Beschaffung 15 Nachhaltige Informationsgesellschaft: Einfluss moderner Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien Teil III: Methoden, Instrumente und Praxisbeispiele der Industrial Ecology 16 Metabolismus von Industriegesellschaften 17 Sozio-industrieller Stoffwechsel und nachhaltiges Ressourcenmanagement 18 Reparieren: Kern der Neuwertwirtschaft 19 Modellprojekt Nachhaltige Gewerbeflächenentwicklung in NRW Verbraucherschutz NRW 20 Regionale Verwertungsnetzwerke und industrielle Symbiosen 21 Ausbildung in Industrial EcologyTeil IV: Kernbegriffe und Erläuterungen zur Industrial Ecology Glossar Index Sprache deutsch Maße 170 x 240 mm Einbandart gebunden Wirtschaft Allgemeines Lexika Industrial Ecology Nachhaltiges Management Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement Ökologie industrielle Ökonomie ökologische Umweltökonomie Zukunftsfähigkeit ISBN-10 3-8274-1806-2 / 3827418062ISBN-13 978-3-8274-1806-7 / 9783827418067

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Industrial Marketing. Praxis des Business-to- Business- Geschäfts [Gebundene Ausgabe] Robert de Zoeten (Autor), Robert Hasenböhler (Autor), Paul Ammann (Autor) konsequente Kundenorientierung Schlüssel zum Markterfolg Investitionsgütermarkt Serviceleistungen Service Marketinginstrumente Produkt Preis Distribution Verkauf KommunikationnBeratung Unterstützung des Marketing durch eine kundenorientierte Ausrichtung des gesamten Unternehmens praxisorientierte Empfehlungen Checklisten Fallbeispiele aus Firmen wie ABB Amann Caterpillar SAP Weg zur erfolgreichen Umsetzung Industrial-Marketing IndustrialMarketing International Business-to-Business Marketing Business Market Management Business-to-Business-Kommunikation Internationales Marketing Handbuch Industriegütermarketing Internationales Vertriebsmanagement für Industriegüter Business Marketing Business-to-Business-Marketing Business to Business Marketing Communications Business Marketing Management Technischer Nuts, Bolts and Magnetrons Industrial Marketers Industrial Marketing Strategy Dass konsequente Kundenorientierung der Schlüssel zum Markterfolg ist, gilt inzwischen als Gemeinplatz. Trotzdem Mit der Umsetzung hapert es allzu oft noch. Vor allem auf dem Investitionsgütermarkt ist Kundenorientierung ohne das Angebot weitgehender Serviceleistungen nicht denkbar. In diesem Buch wird gezeigt, wie Kundenorientierung und Service mit der Anwendung der klassischen Marketinginstrumente verbunden werden können. Dabei geht es neben dem Mix aus Produkt, Preis, Distribution, Verkauf Kommunikation; Beratung und Service auch um die notwendige Unterstützung des Marketing durch eine kundenorientierte Ausrichtung des gesamten Unternehmens. Viele praxisorientierte Empfehlungen, Checklisten, Abbildungen und zehn Fallbeispiele aus Firmen wie ABB, Amann; Caterpillar, SAP etc. weisen den Weg zur erfolgreichen Umsetzung. Industrial Marketing. Praxis des Business-to- Business- Geschäfts [Gebundene Ausgabe] Robert de Zoeten (Autor), Robert Hasenböhler (Autor), Paul Ammann (Autor) konsequente Kundenorientierung Schlüssel zum Markterfolg Investitionsgütermarkt Serviceleistungen Service Marketinginstrumente Produkt Preis Distribution Verkauf KommunikationnBeratung Unterstützung des Marketing durch eine kundenorientierte Ausrichtung des gesamten Unternehmens praxisorientierte Empfehlungen Checklisten Fallbeispiele aus Firmen wie ABB Amann Caterpillar SAP Weg zur erfolgreichen Umsetzung Industrial-Marketing IndustrialMarketing International Business-to-Business Marketing Business Market Management Business-to-Business-Kommunikation Internationales Marketing Handbuch Industriegütermarketing Internationales Vertriebsmanagement für Industriegüter Business Marketing Business-to-Business-Marketing Business to Business Marketing Communications Business Marketing Management Technischer Nuts, Bolts and Magnetrons Industrial Marketers Industrial Marketing Strategy 3-7910-1112-X / 379101112X ISBN-13 978-3-7910-1112-7 / 9783791011127 International Business-to-Business Marketing Business Market Management Business-to-Business-Kommunikation Internationales Marketing Handbuch Industriegütermarketing Internationales Vertriebsmanagement für Industriegüter Business Marketing Business-to-Business-Marketing Business to Business Marketing Communications Business Marketing Management Technischer Nuts, Bolts and Magnetrons Industrial Marketers Industrial Marketing Strategy Kundenorientierung Markterfolg Investitionsgütermarkt Serviceleistungen Service Marketinginstrumente Produkt Preis Distribution Verkauf Kommunikationn Beratung Marketing kundenorientierte Ausrichtung des Unternehmens Checklisten Fallbeispiele ABB Amann Caterpillar SAP

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1998 Schäffer-Poeschel Schäffer-Poeschel 1998 Hardcover 318 S. ISBN: 379101112X (EAN: 9783791011127 / 978-3791011127)


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Schlagworte: BWL Betriebswirtschaftslehre Wirtschaftswissenschaften Ökonomie International Business-to-Business Marketing Business Market Management Business-to-Business-Kommunikation Internationales Marketing Handbuch Industriegütermarketing Internationales Vertriebsmanagement für Industriegüter Business Marketing Business-to-Business-Marketing Business to Business Marketing Communications Business Marketing Management Technischer Nuts, Bolts and Magnetrons Industrial Marketers Industrial Marketing Strategy Kundenorientierung Markterfolg Investitionsgütermarkt Serviceleistungen Service Marketinginstrumente Produkt Preis Distribution Verkauf Kommunikationn Beratung Marketing kundenorientierte Ausrichtung des Unternehmens Checklisten Fallbeispiele ABB Amann Caterpillar SAP Daß konsequente Kundenorientierung der Schlüssel zum Markterfolg ist, gilt inzwischen als Gemeinplatz. Trotzdem Mit der Umsetzung hapert es allzu oft noch. Vor allem auf dem Investitionsgütermarkt ist Kundenorientierung ohne das Angebot weitgehender Serviceleistungen nicht denkbar. In diesem Buch wird gezeigt, wie Kundenorientierung und Service mit der Anwendung der klassischen Marketinginstrumente verbunden werden können. Dabei geht es neben dem Mix aus Produkt, Preis, Distribution, Verkauf Kommunikation; Beratung und Service auch um die notwendige Unterstützung des Marketing durch eine kundenorientierte Ausrichtung des gesamten Unternehmens. Viele praxisorientierte Empfehlungen, Checklisten, Abbildungen und zehn Fallbeispiele aus Firmen wie ABB, Amann; Caterpillar, SAP etc. weisen den Weg zur erfolgreichen Umsetzung. Industrial Marketing. Praxis des Business-to- Business- Geschäfts [Gebundene Ausgabe] Robert de Zoeten (Autor), Robert Hasenböhler (Autor), Paul Ammann (Autor) konsequente Kundenorientierung Schlüssel zum Markterfolg Investitionsgütermarkt Serviceleistungen Service Marketinginstrumente Produkt Preis Distribution Verkauf KommunikationnBeratung Unterstützung des Marketing durch eine kundenorientierte Ausrichtung des gesamten Unternehmens praxisorientierte Empfehlungen Checklisten Fallbeispiele aus Firmen wie ABB Amann Caterpillar SAP Weg zur erfolgreichen Umsetzung Industrial-Marketing IndustrialMarketing International Business-to-Business Marketing Business Market Management Business-to-Business-Kommunikation Internationales Marketing Handbuch Industriegütermarketing Internationales Vertriebsmanagement für Industriegüter Business Marketing Business-to-Business-Marketing Business to Business Marketing Communications Business Marketing Management Technischer Nuts, Bolts and Magnetrons Industrial Marketers Industrial Marketing Strategy 3-7910-1112-X / 379101112X ISBN-13 978-3-7910-1112-7 / 9783791011127

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Packed Towers In Processing and Environmental Technology (English) [Hardcover] Reinhard Billet This text discusses important theoretical and practical aspects for calculation, design and operation of packed towers. The methods presented are based on sound physical chemistry and mathematical modelling. Numerous experimental, industrial investigations have confirmed the validity of methods applied. The advantages of packed towers, as opposed to plate towers, for saving energy and protecting the environment are outlined

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Packed Towers In Processing and Environmental Technology (English) [Hardcover] Reinhard Billet This text discusses important theoretical and practical aspects for calculation, design and operation of packed towers. The methods presented are based on sound physical chemistry and mathematical modelling. Numerous experimental, industrial investigations have confirmed the validity of methods applied. The advantages of packed towers, as opposed to plate towers, for saving energy and protecting the environment are outlined

1995 Wiley-VCH 1995 Hardcover 383 S. 24,4 x 17,6 x 2,2 cm ISBN: 3527286160 (EAN: 9783527286164 / 978-3527286164)


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Schlagworte: Technologie Füllkörperkolonne Techniker Chemische Technik Technologisch This text discusses important theoretical and practical aspects for calculation, design and operation of packed towers. The methods presented are based on sound physical chemistry and mathematical modelling. Numerous experimental, industrial investigations have confirmed the validity of methods applied. The advantages of packed towers, as opposed to plate towers, for saving energy and protecting the environment are outlined The rising trend towards the operation of packed towers in separation processes was initiated after the energy crisis in the seventies. This book is the first of its kind which treats all the important theoretical and practical aspects for the calculation, design and operation of these packed towers The main applications of packed towers are in the separation of gas-liquid or vapour-liquid systems. This book considers all features of packed towers for industrial separation plants that can be used in process and environmental technology. It includes a comprehensive treatment of packed-bed technology and the advantages of packed towers, such as the application of improved methods for energy saving purposes, environmental protection measures and the revamping of existing plants, are clearly outlined. The methods presented are based on sound physical and mathematical modelling, the validity of which have been confirmed by numerous experimental investigations performed in laboratories and pilot plants and then scaled up to meet practical, industrial requirements.Zusatzinfo 281 Abb., 49 Tab. Sprache deutsch Einbandart gebunden Technologie Füllkörperkolonne Techniker Chemische Technik Technologisch ISBN-10 3-527-28616-0 / 3527286160 ISBN-13 978-3-527-28616-4 / 9783527286164 Packed Towers In Processing and Environmental Technology (English) [Hardcover] Reinhard Billet Wiley-VCH Types of packing Fluid dynamics in countercurrent packed columns absorption Air Water area per unit beds of packing Bialecki rings capacity factor Fv Ceramic Chlorobenzene/Ethylbenzene column diameter constant corresponding costs cross-section curve defined by Eqn desorption determined diagram drop per theoretical dumped end effects enthalpy Ethylbenzene evaluation flood point function Gas capacity factor geometry given Glitsch height H Hiflow rings HTUov hydraulic diameter inlet zone isobaric kmol/kmol liquid load uL liquid phase liquid-liquid extraction listed in Table mass transfer coefficient metal packing metal Pall rings mole fraction number of liquid number of theoretical number of transfer obtained packed bed packed columns Packing height phase inversion pilot plant Qualitative random beds Raschig ring rectification reflux ratio resistance factor Reynolds number shown in Fig specific column volume specific pressure drop stacked theoretical stages transfer unit types of packing unit height unit volume uv,s Vapour capacity factor vapour load velocity void fraction volumetric flow rate ISBN-10 3-527-28616-0 / 3527286160 ISBN-13 978-3-527-28616-4 / 9783527286164 Packed Towers In Processing and Environmental Technology (English) [Hardcover] Reinhard Billet Wiley-VCH This text discusses important theoretical and practical aspects for calculation, design and operation of packed towers. The methods presented are based on sound physical chemistry and mathematical modelling. Numerous experimental, industrial investigations have confirmed the validity of methods applied. The advantages of packed towers, as opposed to plate towers, for saving energy and protecting the environment are outlined Zusatzinfo 281 Abb., 49 Tab. Sprache deutsch Einbandart gebunden

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Industrial Organization: Contemporary Theory and Practice (Gebundene Ausgabe) von Lynne Pepall (Autor), Daniel J. Richards (Autor), George Norman (Autor) modern I/O analysis game theoretic tools calculus algebraic equations Industrial Organization Moral Hazard contract theory information economics undergraduate students Wirtschaft Betriebswirtschaft Management Industriebetrieb Markt Ökonomie

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Learning Design with Alias StudioTools: A Hands-on Guide to Modeling and Visualization in 3D (Official Alias Training Guide) von Alias Learning Tools Learning Design with Alias StudioTools is your hands-on guide to modeling and visualization in 3D. Learn to communicate ideas quickly, accurately and efficiently with software tools that set the standard for outstanding design for transportation and consumer products. Learning Design with Alias StudioTools will teach you to build the most efficient designs quickly and effectively. Learn to master the world`s most powerful computer aided design software through easy to follow hands-on exercises. Working with consumer and transportation projects, you`ll discover the powerful tools at your disposal and learn how to translate your concepts to the screen. You`ll understand the power of working in 3D for rapid ideation and collaboration. Make changes simply and quickly with a click of your mouse.Take your design from the concept stage to the final render, ready for presentation. The book explores eight unique projects based on the designs of Fridolin Beisert, Instructor at the Art Center College of Design and Features a gallery of images by students and faculty. We`ve even included a 90-day trial of Alias DesignStudio & Alias ImageStudio to help you further develop your skills! With this book you will- Get to know the Alias StudioTools interface - Model with primitives - Work with curves - Learn to trim and fillet  - Learn to create surface edges - Understand texturing, shading & lighting - Work with Industrial & Transportation Design Projects - Explore animation with your Designs - Troubleshoot y our work - Build a mobile phone, car, tires, rims, & more What you need to use this book - Alias DesignStudio 13, Studio 13, or AutoStudio 13, or Studio Personal Learning Edition 13  - DVD-ROM drive Bonus Features - 90-day trial of Alias DesignStudio & Alas ImageStudio - Instructor-led movies - Support files Recommended Prerequisites- Alias StudioTools Beginner`s Guide Related Products- StudioTools Techniques/Product Design - StudioTools Techniques/Packaging Design - StudioTools Techniques/Art to Part IntroductionHow to Use This Book. Chapter 01 Modeling with Primitives. Lesson 01 Table and Lamp. Lesson 02 Rendering Options. Chapter 02 Additive Design. Lesson 03 Modeling with Curves. Lesson 04 Boat. Chapter 03 Subtractive Design. Lesson 05 Trim and Fillet. Lesson 06 Wheels. Chapter 04 Industrial Design. Lesson 07 Rail and Rolled Edges. Lesson 08 Mobile Phone. Chapter 05 Texturing. Lesson 09 Camera Effects. Lesson 10 Shader Effects. Lesson 11 Light Effects. Chapter 06 Transportation Design. Lesson 12 Automotive Surfaces. Lesson 13 Car. Chapter 07 Animation Basics. Lesson 14 Animation Basics. Chapter 08 Alias ImageStudio. Lesson 15 ImageStudio. Chapter 09 Troubleshooting. Lesson 16 Troubleshooting Autorenporträt zu

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Auflage: 1. Auflage (12. Mai 2006) John Wiley & Sons John Wiley & Sons Auflage: 1. Auflage (12. Mai 2006) Softcover 296 S. 21 x 15 x 4,2 cm ISBN: 1897177143 (EAN: 9781897177143 / 978-1897177143)


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, Learning Design with Alias StudioTools is your hands-on guide to modeling and visualization in 3D. Learn to communicate ideas quickly, accurately and efficiently with software tools that set the standard for outstanding design for transportation and consumer products. Learning Design with Alias StudioTools will teach you to build the most efficient designs quickly an mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: Learning Design with Alias StudioTools is your hands-on guide to modeling and visualization in 3D. Learn to communicate ideas quickly, accurately and efficiently with software tools that set the standard for outstanding design for transportation and consumer products. Learning Design with Alias StudioTools will teach you to build the most efficient designs quickly and effectively. Learn to master the world`s most powerful computer aided design software through easy to follow hands-on exercises. Working with consumer and transportation projects, you`ll discover the powerful tools at your disposal and learn how to translate your concepts to the screen. You`ll understand the power of working in 3D for rapid ideation and collaboration. Make changes simply and quickly with a click of your mouse.Take your design from the concept stage to the final render, ready for presentation. The book explores eight unique projects based on the designs of Fridolin Beisert, Instructor at the Art Center College of Design and Features a gallery of images by students and faculty. We`ve even included a 90-day trial of Alias DesignStudio & Alias ImageStudio to help you further develop your skills! With this book you will- Get to know the Alias StudioTools interface - Model with primitives - Work with curves - Learn to trim and fillet - Learn to create surface edges - Understand texturing, shading & lighting - Work with Industrial & Transportation Design Projects - Explore animation with your Designs - Troubleshoot y our work - Build a mobile phone, car, tires, rims, & more What you need to use this book - Alias DesignStudio 13, Studio 13, or AutoStudio 13, or Studio Personal Learning Edition 13 - DVD-ROM drive Bonus Features - 90-day trial of Alias DesignStudio & Alas ImageStudio - Instructor-led movies - Support files Recommended Prerequisites- Alias StudioTools Beginner`s Guide Related Products- StudioTools Techniques/Product Design - StudioTools Techniques/Packaging Design - StudioTools Techniques/Art to Part Introduction How to Use This Book. Chapter 01 Modeling with Primitives. Lesson 01 Table and Lamp. Lesson 02 Rendering Options. Chapter 02 Additive Design. Lesson 03 Modeling with Curves. Lesson 04 Boat. Chapter 03 Subtractive Design. Lesson 05 Trim and Fillet. Lesson 06 Wheels. Chapter 04 Industrial Design. Lesson 07 Rail and Rolled Edges. Lesson 08 Mobile Phone. Chapter 05 Texturing. Lesson 09 Camera Effects. Lesson 10 Shader Effects. Lesson 11 Light Effects. Chapter 06 Transportation Design. Lesson 12 Automotive Surfaces. Lesson 13 Car. Chapter 07 Animation Basics. Lesson 14 Animation Basics. Chapter 08 Alias ImageStudio. Lesson 15 ImageStudio. Chapter 09 Troubleshooting. Lesson 16 Troubleshooting Autorenporträt zu ""Alias Learning Tools"" Fridolin T. Beisert was born in Hamburg, Germany, where he grew up inspired by his two loving parents, a doctor and a children`s book illustrator, as well as his older brother, a film director. In researching the best school for his own ambition and talent, Fridolin eventually went to the U.S. to pursue a degree from the Art center College of Design in Los Angeles, entering as an industrial design student. It was during this time as a student when he started to discover his passion for the design process and creative problem solving. He was awarded scholarships from both Art Center and Alias and also received the prestigious Universal Studios internship, which enabled him to explore his interest in entertainment design. Subsequently, Fridolin received his Bachelor of Science in both Product and Entertainment Design and was recognized with the additional title of ""Distinction,"" Art Center`s Highest graduating honor. Samples of Fridolin`s work are included in the Alias StudioTools Gallery. ISBN-10 1-897177-14-3 / 1897177143 ISBN-13 978-1-897177-14-3 / 9781897177143

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