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C# and the .NET Platform (Intertech instructor series) [Englisch] Andrew Troelsen (Autor)

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Andrew Troelsen
C# and the .NET Platform (Intertech instructor series) [Englisch] Andrew Troelsen (Autor)

Auflage: 1st ed. 2001. Corr. 3rd printing (Juni 2001) Apress Auflage: 1st ed. 2001. Corr. 3rd printing (Juni 2001) Softcover 1008 S. 23,4 x 19 x 4,8 cm EAN: 978-1893115590 (ISBN: 1893115593)


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, C# and the .NET Platform (Intertech instructor series) [Englisch] Andrew Troelsen (Autor)C# is the key language for Microsoft`s next generation of Windows services, the .NET platform. This new programming language is fast and modern and was designed to increase programmer productivity. C# enables programmers quickly to build a wide range of applications for the new M mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: C# and the .NET Platform (Intertech instructor series) [Englisch] Andrew Troelsen (Autor)C# is the key language for Microsoft`s next generation of Windows services, the .NET platform. This new programming language is fast and modern and was designed to increase programmer productivity. C# enables programmers quickly to build a wide range of applications for the new Microsoft .NET platform. The .NET platform enables developers to build C# components to become Web services available across the entire Internet. Relentlessly practical and complete, this book starts with a brief overview of the C# language, but then directly moves to applying C# for essentially every possible kind of .NET application. From Windows- based to Web-based applications, it`s all here. There are comprehensive discussions of such important issues as the .NET Framework, threading, ASP.NET and ADO.NET. Aimed at the reader with some previous programming experience, C# and the .NET Platform provides an enjoyable and well-paced tutorial for learning C# and Microsoft`s new .NET Framework. This well-written guide is all you need to get onboard with the latest in Windows development. Today, there are a growing number of titles available for C#. This text strikes an excellent balance between a basic language tutorial with an authoritative presentation of what`s new and better in .NET with coverage of the some of the inner details of the platform, including deployment. The author`s patient writing style is never dull or overly technical, which will mean this book is a good choice for a wide range of readers approaching C# from a variety of languages including C++, Java, and Visual Basic. At certain points, the author looks at ""intermediate language"" (IL) bytecodes that underlie the C# language. This is particularly informative in chapters that look at assemblies and deployment. As a tour of the basics of the C# language, this book distinguishes itself with short, effective examples (many of which use a set of classes modeling cars). Coverage of programming Windows Forms is really good, as is the chapter on getting the older COM and .NET components to interoperate. The focus of this book is mostly on traditional client-side development, though it does cover the latest in Web development with sections on basic ASP.NET and Web services, which round out the book. The author does a good job at explaining how .NET works while bringing readers of different abilities up to speed with C#. Experts will appreciate the detail on class design, COM, and Web services, while beginners will be able to follow the author`s well-organized tour of the basics. In all, this combination of strengths makes C# and the .NET Platform an attractive choice in the growing list of titles on Microsoft`s latest programming language. --Richard Dragan Topics covered: Introduction to the .NET platform Common Language Runtime (CLR) The Common Type Specification (CTS) The Common Language Specifications (CLS) Assemblies Basics of C# classes Constructors Flow control and iteration Arrays and strings Boxing and unboxing Object-oriented programming in C# (encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism explained) Exception handling Garbage collection Implementing the ICloneable and IComparable interfaces Introduction to .NET collections (including custom collections) Custom indexers, delegates, and events explained XML-based documentation In-depth guide to .NET assemblies (including shared assemblies) Versioning techniques for side-by-side deployment Multithreading and synchronization Type reflection and attributes Windows Forms tutorial (design options, survey of components, menus and other UI widgets) Programming the Windows registry GDI+ graphics tutorial (including fonts, brushes, images, and using .NET resources) Input and output (directories, files, and streams) COM, COM+, and .NET interoperability Tutorial to ADO.NET for database programming (including DataSets and XML basics) Introduction to ASP and ASP.NET programming for Web development Web services basics (including SOAP, WSDL, and the Discovery Service Protocol, DISCO) Synopsis C# is the key language for Microsoft`s next generation of Windows services, the .NET platform. This programming language is fast and modern and was designed to increase programmer productivity. C# enables programmers quickly to build a wide range of applications for the Microsoft .NET platform. The .NET platform enables developers to build C# components to become Web services available across the entire Internet. This practical textbook starts with a brief overview of the C# language but then directly moves to applying C# for essentially every possible kind of .NET application. From Windows-based to Web-based applications, it`s all here. There are comprehensive discussions of such important issues as the .NET Framework, threading, ASP.NET and ADO.NET.

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Workitem Management with IBM ClearQuest and the Jazz Platform von Shmuel Bashan (Autor), David Bellagio (Autor) Work Item Management

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Shmuel Bashan (Autor), David Bellagio (Autor)
Workitem Management with IBM ClearQuest and the Jazz Platform von Shmuel Bashan (Autor), David Bellagio (Autor) Work Item Management

Auflage: Pap/Psc (1. Februar 2010) Amsterdam Addison-Wesley Longman, Amsterdam Auflage: Pap/Psc (1. Februar 2010) Softcover 408 S. 23,1 x 17,5 x 2,3 cm ISBN: 137001797


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, Fully up-to-date for IBM Rational ClearQuest 7, this is the definitive `bible` to help all project stakeholders maximise their investment and efficiency.The Complete Guide to Managing Work Items and Workflow with IBM(R) Rational(R) ClearQuest(R) and IBM Rational Team Concert(TM) Work items are the lifeblood of software and hardware development. They tell development mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: Networking EDV Netz Administrator Plugins VMS Digital-Unix True64 SunOS/Solaris IBM-AIX HP-UX Linux-Systeme SNMP SSH-Abfrage MySQL DB External Command File Fully up-to-date for IBM Rational ClearQuest 7, this is the definitive `bible` to help all project stakeholders maximise their investment and efficiency.The Complete Guide to Managing Work Items and Workflow with IBM(R) Rational(R) ClearQuest(R) and IBM Rational Team Concert(TM) Work items are the lifeblood of software and hardware development. They tell development teams exactly who is doing what, which issues are resolved, which remain unresolved, and which products are impacted. In large, team-based projects, however, managing work items can be difficult. Now, two IBM Rational experts show how to simplify and improve every aspect of work item management with IBM Rational ClearQuest and the powerful and collaborative Jazz(TM)-based products: IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) and IBM Rational Quality Manager. Drawing on extensive experience with IBM customers, the authors tightly link theory with proven best practices, offering implementation guidance, detailed examples, and complete solutions. They present innovative solutions, introduce advanced customization techniques, and walk step-by-step through every phase of workflow development, from requirements through maintenance. They conclude with a full chapter of sample applications and solutions, ranging from Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management to SLAs. Coverage includes * Understanding work items and their elements* Using work items for changes, tasks, activities, test plans, test cases, risks, builds, and promotion* Implementing best practices for work item application planning, analysis, design, development, testing, deployment, and maintenance* Describing workflows, including advanced dynamic workflows* Incorporating roles in work items and using them to meet business needs* Using ClearQuest packages and custom integrations, and making the most of Jazz platform integration technology* Getting the most of out the CQ-ALM schema* Implementing effective quality and performance metrics, SLAs, and governance* Improving test management with IBM Rational Quality Manager work items* Creating effective workflows for Scrum and other Agile projects Shmuel Bashan is a senior deployment specialist and mentor on IBM Rational Software`s Global Services Account Team. He has served as Rational technical leader, solution architect, and country leader in Israel. An active member of the change management community, he has developed multiple articles, scripts, training materials, and workshops, and contributed to the RUP 8.0 Change Management practice. Shmuel has 13 years of practical experience with Rational tools. David E. Bellagio , worldwide integration engineering architect at IBM Rational Software, develops and deploys integrated Rational solutions to customers worldwide. He is coauthor of Software Configuration Management Strategies and IBM Rational ClearCase: A Practical Introduction, Second Edition (IBM Press, 2005). He has 17 years of experience architecting and deploying successful change-management solutions based on Rational tools. Content: Preface xix Acknowledgments xxvii About the Authors xxix Chapter 1: Work Items 1 1.1 Work Item Definition 1 1.2 Work Item Classification 4 1.3 Work Item Elements 7 1.4 Customization 13 1.5 Resources 19 1.6 Summary 20 Chapter 2: Disciplines: Requirements, Analysis & Design 21 2.1 Requirements 23 2.2 Analysis & Design 29 2.3 Design Patterns 36 2.4 Review and Sign Off Design Models 40 2.5 Resources 40 2.6 Summary 40 Chapter 3: The Workflow 43 3.1 Software Development Processes 44 3.2 Process Representation 45 3.3 The States 50 3.4 Dynamic Workflow 56 3.5 ClearQuest ALM Schema Workflow 65 3.6 Jazz Workflow 66 3.7 Subflow 68 3.8 Summary 78 Chapter 4: The Data 81 4.1 Work Item Content 83 4.2 State-Based Objects 104 4.3 Stateless Objects 104 4.4 Object Relations 106 4.5 Data Representation 117 4.6 ClearQuest Scripts 120 4.7 Summary 126 Chapter 5: Roles 127 5.1 Understanding Typical Problems 128 5.2 Understanding Terms and Concepts 129 5.3 Possible Solutions 132 5.4 Security and Roles 139 5.5 Roles in the ClearQuest ALM Schema 140 5.6 Roles in Jazz 142 5.7 Code Examples 144 5.8 Summary 151 Chapter 6: Integrations 153 6.1 Introduction 153 6.2 ClearQuest Integrations 155 6.3 Jazz Products Integrations 177 6.4 Resources 195 6.5 Summary 196 Chapter 7: Disciplines, Part 2 197 7.1 Implementation Discipline 197 7.2 Testing Discipline 199 7.3 Deployment Discipline 201 7.4 Maintenance 207 7.5 ClearQuest Tool Mentor 208 7.6 Jazz Tool Mentor 217 7.7 Resources 220 7.8 Summary 220 Chapter 8: Development 221 8.1 ClearQuest Schema Development 222 8.2 Parallel Development 240 8.3 Comparing and Merging Schema Versions 245 8.4 Storing Hooks Externally 249 8.5 Releasing a Version to Production 250 8.6 Globally Distributed Development (GDD) Considerations and ClearQuest MultiSite (CQMS) 253 8.7 ClearQuest Script Debugging 255 8.8 Other Development Considerations 260 8.9 Web Considerations 274 8.10 Preparing for the Future 277 8.11 Resources 277 8.12 Summary 278 Chapter 9: Metrics and Governance 279 9.1 Metrics 279 9.2 Governance 287 9.3 Resources 301 9.4 Summary 305 Chapter 10: Test Management and Work Items 307 10.1 What Is Rational Quality Manager? 307 10.2 Understanding Test Entities and Work Items 307 10.3 Work Items in the Test Process 310 10.4 Customization 316 10.5 Summary 324 Chapter 11: Managing Agile Projects 325 11.1 Defining Agile Development 325 11.2 Agile and Scrum in a Nutshell 326 11.3 Realization with Rational Team Concert 330 11.4 Realization with ClearQuest 337 11.5 Agile with the ALM Schema 346 11.6 Resources 350 11.7 Summary 351 Chapter 12: Sample Applications and Solutions 353 12.1 Collaborative ALM with Jazz-Based Tools 353 12.2 User-Defined Fields in ClearQuest 356 12.3 Service Level Agreements (SLAs) in ClearQuest 363 12.4 ClearCase, ClearQuest ALM, Build Forge Integrated Solution Architecture 367 12.5 Manage Release Promotion 374 12.6 Resources 382 12.7 Summary 384 Index 387 Zusatzinfo Illustrations Sprache englisch Maße 178 x 230 mm Mathematik Informatik Informatiker Software Entwicklung ISBN-10 0-13-700179-7 / 0137001797 ISBN-13 978-0-13-700179-8 / 9780137001798 ""Dave and Shmuel have mastered both CQ ALM and Jazz and produced a primer introducing these to the IBM Rational Tools audience. This is a great starting point for implementing the integration."" --Robert W. Myers, CQ ALM Architect, IBM Rational ""This book is an excellent introduction to how to think about workflows, a topic that has been severely lacking in discussions of implementing tools that govern workflows. Without this understanding of workflows, good tools are often poorly implemented and therefore don`t yield the ROI expected. Although this book uses Rational tools to describe implementation fine points, the information presented will be very useful for doing the groundwork for implementing any workflow-supporting tools."" --Chuck Walrad, Managing Director, Davenport Consulting ""Dave Bellagio and Shmuel Bashan provide thorough and practical coverage of how to implement a work item change management process using IBM ClearQuest or the Jazz Platform. A must-read for professionals involved in implementing a change management process with IBM ClearQuest or with one of the Jazz-based products."" --Celso Gonzalez, Coauthor of Patterns-Based EngineeringSuccessfully Delivering Solutions via Patterns ""Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is the key to success for today`s increasingly complex enterprise software delivery challenges. At the heart of ALM is work item management. This book provides an excellent review of practical approaches to work item management based on real world experience that will help you to deliver enterprise solutions more effectively. It is a great resource for the whole software delivery team."" --Alan W. Brown, IBM Distinguished Engineer The Complete Guide to Managing Work Items and Workflow with IBM(R) Rational(R) ClearQuest(R) and IBM Rational Team Concert(t) Work items are the lifeblood of software and hardware development. They tell development teams exactly who is doing what, which issues are resolved, which remain unresolved, and which products are impacted. In large, team-based projects, however, managing work items can be difficult. Now, two IBM Rational experts show how to simplify and improve every aspect of work item management with IBM Rational ClearQuest and the powerful and collaborative Jazz(t)-based productsIBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) and IBM Rational Quality Manager. Drawing on extensive experience with IBM customers, the authors tightly link theory with proven best practices, offering implementation guidance, detailed examples, and complete solutions. They present innovative solutions, introduce advanced customization techniques, and walk step-by-step through every phase of workflow development, from requirements through maintenance. They conclude with a full chapter of sample applications and solutions, ranging from Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management to SLAs. Coverage includes * Understanding work items and their elements* Using work items for changes, tasks, activities, test plans, test cases, risks, builds, and promotion* Implementing best practices for work item application planning, analysis, design, development, testing, deployment, and maintenance* Describing workflows, including advanced dynamic workflows* Incorporating roles in work items and using them to meet business needs* Using ClearQuest packages and custom integrations, and making the most of Jazz platform integration technology* Getting the most of out the CQ-ALM schema* Implementing effective quality and performance metrics, SLAs, and governance* Improving test management with IBM Rational Quality Manager work items* Creating effective workflows for Scrum and other Agile projects NagiosSystem- und Netzwerk-Monitoring Wolfgang Barth Networking EDV Netz Administrator Plugins VMS Digital-Unix True64 SunOS/Solaris IBM-AIX HP-UX Linux-Systeme SNMP SSH-Abfrage MySQL DB External Command File 978-0137001798

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Die OSGI Service Platform-Eine Einführung mit Eclipse Equinox von Gerd Wütherich (Autor), Nils Hartmann (Autor), Bernd Kolb (Autor), Matthias Lübken (Autor)

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Gerd Wütherich (Autor), Nils Hartmann (Autor), Bernd Kolb (Autor), Matthias Lübken (Autor)
Die OSGI Service Platform-Eine Einführung mit Eclipse Equinox von Gerd Wütherich (Autor), Nils Hartmann (Autor), Bernd Kolb (Autor), Matthias Lübken (Autor)

2008 dpunkt Verlag 2008 Softcover 468 S. 16,7 x 4 x 24 cm ISBN: 389864457X (EAN: 9783898644570 / 978-3898644570)


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, Das Konzept der Modularisierung ist heute als Mittel zur Komplexitätsreduzierung bei der Entwicklung großer Anwendungssysteme unumstritten. In Java gestaltet sich die Umsetzung dieses Konzepts bisher schwierig, da unterstützende Sprachkonzepte fehlen. Monolithische Anwendungssysteme sind die häufige Folge. Die OSGi Service Platform löst dieses Problem, indem sie ein mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: Informatik Programmiersprachen Programmierwerkzeuge Java Eclipse Java OSGi OSGi Service Platform Softwareentwicklung ISBN-10 3-89864-457-X / 389864457X ISBN-13 978-3-89864-457-0 / 9783898644570 Das Konzept der Modularisierung ist heute als Mittel zur Komplexitätsreduzierung bei der Entwicklung großer Anwendungssysteme unumstritten. In Java gestaltet sich die Umsetzung dieses Konzepts bisher schwierig, da unterstützende Sprachkonzepte fehlen. Monolithische Anwendungssysteme sind die häufige Folge. Die OSGi Service Platform löst dieses Problem, indem sie ein dynamisches Modulsystem für Java bereitstellt. Ursprünglich für eingebettete Systeme konzipiert, wird die OSGi Service Platform heute vielfältig eingesetzt: von Anwendungen für Mobilfunkgeräte über Client-Anwendungen wie der Eclipse IDE bis hin zu Server-Applikationen. Dieses Buch liefert einen praktischen Einstieg in und einen fundierten Überblick über die zugrunde liegenden Technologien, Konzepte und Begriffe. Tutorials illustrieren dies jeweils am Bespiel von Eclipse Equinox als Implementierung der OSGi Service Platform. Der Leser wird so in die Lage versetzt, die vorgestellten Inhalte auf eigene Problemstellungen anzuwenden und selbstständig Lösungen zu entwickeln. Gegliedert ist das Buch in drei Teile - Das OSGi Framework - OSGi Standard Services - Equinox-spezifische Erweiterungen Das Buch wendet sich an Java-Programmierer, vom Studierenden bis hin zum Profi, die modulare Anwendungen auf Basis der OSGi Service Platform entwickeln möchten. Kenntnisse in Java und in der objektorientierten Programmierung werden vorausgesetzt. Sprache deutsch Maße 165 x 240 mm Einbandart Paperback Die OSGI Service Platform-Eine Einführung mit Eclipse Equinox von Gerd Wütherich (Autor), Nils Hartmann (Autor), Bernd Kolb (Autor), Matthias Lübken (Autor) dpunkt Verlag

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C# and the .NET Platform (.Net Developer) [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe] Andrew Troelsen (Autor)

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Andrew Troelsen (Autor)
C# and the .NET Platform (.Net Developer) [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe] Andrew Troelsen (Autor)

Auflage: 2nd ed. (Juni 2003) Apress Auflage: 2nd ed. (Juni 2003) Hardcover 1158 S. 18,4 x 5,7 x 24,1 cm EAN: 978-1590590553 (ISBN: 1590590554)


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, The first edition of thise book was released during the 2001 TechEd conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Since then, C# and the .NET Platform has been translated into eight different languages, nominated as a 2002 Jolt Award Finalst, and named winner of the 2003 Referenceware Excellence Awards in the best programming book category. For those of you who have read the first mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: The first edition of thise book was released during the 2001 TechEd conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Since then, C# and the .NET Platform has been translated into eight different languages, nominated as a 2002 Jolt Award Finalst, and named winner of the 2003 Referenceware Excellence Awards in the best programming book category. For those of you who have read the first edition, were happy to report that the text has gone through a substantial upgrade. You will find that every chapter has been updated with additional fresh content. Several new chapters exist, including coverage of the .NET Remoting layer, core CLR atoms, and a much deeper treatment of ASP.NET. As always, the story is told using a friendly and approachable voice. If you are checking out this book for the first time, understand that this text is intended for developers who already have some experience in a modern object language. The mission of this text is to provide you with a solid foundation of the C# language and the key aspects of the .NET platform (assemblies, Windows Forms, Web Forms, etc.). Once you read and absorb these twenty chapters, you will be in a perfect position to apply this knowldege to your specific programming assignments, and you will be well equipped to explore the .NET universe on your own terms. C# and the .NET Platform, Second Edition starts with a brief overview of the C# language and then quickly moves to key technical and architectural issues for .NET developers. Not only is there extensive coverage of the .NET Framework, but Andrew Troelsen also shows programmers what they need to know about such necessary, but subtle, areas as the proper use of threads and how to leverage the new .NET remoting protocol. Readers will also see how to use C# for GUI applications with a complete discussion of Windows Forms, custom controls, and GDI+. There are equally useful discussions on how to use C# and .NET for Web development, Web services, and data access using ADO.NET. From Windows-based to Web-based applications, it`s all here. There are detailed discussions of every aspect of .NET development and useful examples with no toy code. Andrew Troelsen is a partner, trainer, and consultant at Intertech Inc., and is a leading authority on both .NET and COM. His book Pro C# 2005 and the .NET 2.0 Platform won the prestigious 2003 Referenceware Excellence Award and is in its third edition. Also of note are his earlier five-star treatment of traditional COM in the bestselling Developer`s Workshop to COM and ATL mirrored in his book, COM and .NET Interoperability, and his top-notch investigation of VB .NET in Visual Basic .NET and the .NET Platform: An Advanced Guide. Troelsen has a degree in mathematical linguistics and South Asian studies from the University of Minnesota, and is a frequent speaker at numerous .NET-related conferences. He currently lives in Minneapolis with his wife, Amanda, and spends his free time investigating .NET and waiting for the Wild to win the Stanley Cup. You can check out his blog at AndrewTroelsen.blogspot.com. Seitdem ich mich seit Anfang des letzten Jahres intensiver mit dem Thema .NET beschäftige, sind einige mehr oder wenige gute Bücher ins Regal gewandert - dieses jedoch hat einen festen Platz auf dem Schreibtisch gefunden. Der Autor versteht es nicht nur, Themen wirklich bis zu Ende zu denken und entsprechend nachvollziehbar zu kommentieren, sondern schafft es auch, mit wenigen - dafür sinnvollen - Beispielen, die sich wie ein roter Faden durchs Buch ziehen, dem Leser nahezu alle erdenklichen Feinheiten der Sprache C# und dem .NET Framework leichtverständlich und teils humorvoll näher zu bringen. Nicht umsonst ist das Buch als ""#1 programming book of 2003"" ausgezeichnet worden. Dazu kommen eine sehr angenehme Schrift, knackig kurze Listings, gute Grafiken, Abbildungen und Tabellen sowie eine insgesamt hervorragende Verarbeitung des Buches (was man leider nicht von allen Fachbüchern behaupten kann, die intensiv gelesen werden). Der Autor findet auch noch Zeit für E-Mail Feedback und hat m.E. mit diesem Buch derzeit das mit Abstand beste C#/.NET Fachbuch herausgebracht. Eine echte Referenz - ich bin sehr gespannt auf sein nächstes Werk, das im September erscheinen soll.

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Internet - E- Business- Strategien für die Unternehmensentwicklung. Deutscher Internet Kongress Karlsruhe 2000 von Michael Barabas (Autor), Gerhard Rossbach Knowledge Management - Supply-Chain-Management - Sicherheitsaspekte / OpenSource - Mobile-Internet, Technology and Platforms - Online-Recht - Customer Relationship Management (CRM) - Mobiler Internet Zugang / Anwendungen - Strategien für den Mittelstand im Internet - Infrastukturen für Internet und Web - Content Management - m-Commerce - Software-Techniken Internet-Aktivitäten elektronischer Zahlungsverkehr Sicherheit Wirtschaftlichkeitsaspekte

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Michael Barabas Gerhard Rossbach
Internet - E- Business- Strategien für die Unternehmensentwicklung. Deutscher Internet Kongress Karlsruhe 2000 von Michael Barabas (Autor), Gerhard Rossbach Knowledge Management - Supply-Chain-Management - Sicherheitsaspekte / OpenSource - Mobile-Internet, Technology and Platforms - Online-Recht - Customer Relationship Management (CRM) - Mobiler Internet Zugang / Anwendungen - Strategien für den Mittelstand im Internet - Infrastukturen für Internet und Web - Content Management - m-Commerce - Software-Techniken Internet-Aktivitäten elektronischer Zahlungsverkehr Sicherheit Wirtschaftlichkeitsaspekte

2000 Dpunkt Verlag 2000 Hardcover 290 S. 24,9 x 17,9 x 2,3 cm ISBN: 3932588894 (EAN: 9783932588891 / 978-3932588891)


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, Der Stand der Dinge im Internet Seit fünf Jahren zeigt der Deutsche Internet Kongress regelmäßig, auf welchem Stand sich Technik und Anwendungen des Internet befinden. Dieser Band mit Beiträgen vom Deutschen Internet Kongress 2000 illustriert die aktuellen Entwicklungen im Online-Bereich mit Beiträgen zu Schwerpunkten wie - Knowledge Management - Supply-Chain-Managem mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: Der Stand der Dinge im Internet Seit fünf Jahren zeigt der Deutsche Internet Kongress regelmäßig, auf welchem Stand sich Technik und Anwendungen des Internet befinden. Dieser Band mit Beiträgen vom Deutschen Internet Kongress 2000 illustriert die aktuellen Entwicklungen im Online-Bereich mit Beiträgen zu Schwerpunkten wie - Knowledge Management - Supply-Chain-Management - Sicherheitsaspekte / OpenSource - Mobile-Internet, Technology and Platforms - Online-Recht - Customer Relationship Management (CRM) - Mobiler Internet Zugang / Anwendungen - Strategien für den Mittelstand im Internet - Infrastukturen für Internet und Web - Content Management - m-Commerce - Software-Techniken Fallbeispiele aus Unternehmen beschreiben erfolgreiche Internet-Anwendungen. Hintergrundberichte und Tutorials geben einen Einblick in deren technische Leistungsfähigkeit und ihre Anforderungen. Dieses Buch wendet sich an professionelle Internet-Nutzer. Sie erhalten hier einen Einblick in die Internet-Aktivitäten erfolgreicher Unternehmen sowie aktuelle Informationen zum elektronischen Zahlungsverkehr, zur Sicherheit und zu Wirtschaftlichkeitsaspekten. Internet - E- Business- Strategien für die Unternehmensentwicklung. Deutscher Internet Kongress Karlsruhe 2000 von Michael Barabas (Autor), Gerhard Rossbach Dpunkt Verlag

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PLATFORM

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Hartung, Elisabeth, Barbara Bogerts und Erinn Carstens:
PLATFORM Kultur Haus Wert Arbeit

PLATFORM, 02.07.2015. 160 S. Paperback EAN: 9783981680744 (ISBN: 398168074X)


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Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1: Einrichtung, Verwaltung, Referenz (net.com) (Gebundene Ausgabe) von Eric Tierling (Autor) Informatik Betriebssysteme Server Windows Server Betriebssystem Eric Tierling Hyper-V Microsoft R2 Server Service Pack 1 Virtualisierung WINDOWS Windows Server 2008 Handbuch Lehrbuch Mit verständlichen Beschreibungen, anschaulichen Beispielen und zahlreichen Praxistipps unterstützt Eric Tierling Sie beim erfolgreichen Einsatz von Windows Server 2008 R2 im eigenen Unternehmen oder beim Kunden. Ausführlich beschreibt er die Architektur und Einrichtung der Active Directory-Domänendienste und widmet sich tiefgehend den Sicherheitsmerkmalen von Windows Server 2008 R2 - einschließlich der BitLocker-Laufwerksverschlüsselung und BitLocker To Go, auch mit TPM (Trusted Platform Module). Weitere Schwerpunkte stellen die Virtualisierung mit Hyper-V (mit Quick- und Livemigration) sowie die Remotedesktopdienste dar. Eingehend beschrieben sind auch die Service Pack 1-Neuerungen wie dynamischer Arbeitsspeicher für Hyper-V und RemoteFX. Dank des mehr als 50 Seiten starken Index finden Sie sich schnell zurecht. Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 baut auf dem bewährten Fundament von Windows Server 2008 auf, erweitert die darin enthaltenen Technologien und fügt neue Funktionen hinzu. Diese ermöglichen es Unternehmen, die Zuverlässigkeit und Flexibilität ihrer Serverinfrastrukturen zu verbessern. Neue Virtualisierungstools, Webressourcen, Verbesserungen bei der Verwaltung sowie die umfassende Windows 7-Integration helfen dabei, Zeit zu sparen, Kosten zu reduzieren und eine Plattform für ein dynamisches, effizient verwaltetes Rechenzentrum bereitzustellen. Durch die Kombination leistungsfähiger Tools wie Internet Information Services (IIS) Version 7.5, Aktualisierungen beim Server-Manager und der Hyper-V-Plattform sowie die Windows PowerShell Version 2.0 erhalten Kunden größere Steuerungsfunktionen, eine gesteigerte Effizienz sowie die Möglichkeit, auf geänderte geschäftliche Anforderungen schneller als je zuvor zu reagieren. Dieses Buch zu Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 knüpft an die Bestseller zu Windows Server 2003 und 2008 an. Installation auf virtueller Festplatte, Remoteverwaltung, IPv6, Active Directory-Papierkorb, Einrichtung verwalteter Dienstkonten, Offline-Domänenbeitritt, AppLocker, DirectAccess, BranchCache, Remotedesktopdienste, Hyper-V und VDI sind einige der beschriebenen Highlights. Anhand zahlreicher, leicht verständlicher Beispiele kann der Leser das erworbene Wissen leicht in seiner eigenen Umgebung umsetzen. Mit seinen rund 25 Jahren Erfahrung zählt Eric Tierling zu Deutschlands bekanntesten Windows-Experten. Er hat mehr als 60 Fachbücher und über 500 Fachbeiträge in Zeitschriften veröffentlicht. Inhalt: Grußwort von Dietmar Meng, Microsoft Deutschland GmbH 39 Vorwort von Eric Tierling 40 Teil 1: Bekanntschaft mit dem Serverbetriebssystem schließen 43 1 Willkommen bei Windows Server 2008 R2 45 2 Schritt für Schritt: Windows Server 2008 R2 installieren 53 3 Upgrade auf Windows Server 2008 R2 113 4 Abrundung der Installation und erste Schritte 127 5 Server-Manager 237 6 Weitere Methoden zur Verwaltung von Windows Server 2008 R2 279 Teil 2: Windows Server 2008 R2 im Netz 307 7 Netzwerkkonfiguration, Diagnose und Überwachung 309 8 DHCP-Server 383 9 DNS-Server 427 10 WINS-Server 475 Teil 3: Active Directory-Domänendienste bei Windows Server 2008 R2 481 11 Active Directory – die Basics 483 12 Planung organisatorischer Strukturen 627 13 Active Directory-Einrichtung und -Konfiguration 663 14 Vorhandene Active Directory-Gesamtstrukturen und -Domänen auf Windows Server 2008 R2 vorbereiten 791 15 Weitere Einsatzgebiete der Active Directory-Technologie im Überblick 811 Teil 4: Gruppenrichtlinien 825 16 Gruppenrichtlinien: Zentrale Konfiguration der Arbeitsumgebung für Benutzer und Computer 827 17 Gruppenrichtlinien bearbeiten und verwalten 885 18 Gruppenrichtlinienbasierte Softwareinstallation: automatisierte Softwareverteilung über das Netzwerk 925 Teil 5: Sicherheit 937 19 Grundlegende Sicherheitskonzepte 939 20 AppLocker: Anwendungssteuerungsrichtlinien 1025 21 Zugriffssicherheit 1043 22 BitLocker-Laufwerkverschlüsselung und BitLocker To Go 1075 23 Netzwerkzugriffsschutz (NAP) 1133 24 DirectAccess: Transparentes VPN auf IPv6-Basis 1159 25 Überwachung (Auditing) 1169 Teil 6: Storage & Print 1179 26 Storage-Merkmale von Windows Server 2008 R2 1181 27 Datenträger 1199 28 Ordner und Dateien über das Netzwerk gemeinsam nutzen 1243 29 Verteiltes Dateisystem: Distributed File System (DFS) 1295 30 BranchCache 1315 31 Drucken über das Netzwerk 1337 Teil 7: Verfügbarkeit und Virtualisierung 1369 32 Failover-Clustering mit Windows Server 2008 R2 1371 33 Hyper-V bei Windows Server 2008 R2 1409 34 Hyper-V im Failover-Cluster 1457 35 Remotedesktopdienste 1479 36 RemoteFX 1595 37 Windows-Systemressourcen-Manager 1623 A Abkürzungen 1631 B Übersicht englischer und deutscher Termini 1651 Stichwortverzeichnis 1667 Reihe/Serie net.com Verlagsort München Sprache deutsch Gewicht 2875 g Einbandart gebunden Informatik Betriebssysteme Server Windows Server Betriebssystem Eric Tierling Hyper-V Microsoft R2 Server Service Pack 1 Virtualisierung WINDOWS Windows Server 2008 Handbuch Lehrbuch ISBN-10 3-8273-3089-0 / 3827330890 ISBN-13 978-3-8273-3089-5 / 9783827330895

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Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1: Einrichtung, Verwaltung, Referenz (net.com) (Gebundene Ausgabe) von Eric Tierling (Autor) Informatik Betriebssysteme Server Windows Server Betriebssystem Eric Tierling Hyper-V Microsoft R2 Server Service Pack 1 Virtualisierung WINDOWS Windows Server 2008 Handbuch Lehrbuch Mit verständlichen Beschreibungen, anschaulichen Beispielen und zahlreichen Praxistipps unterstützt Eric Tierling Sie beim erfolgreichen Einsatz von Windows Server 2008 R2 im eigenen Unternehmen oder beim Kunden. Ausführlich beschreibt er die Architektur und Einrichtung der Active Directory-Domänendienste und widmet sich tiefgehend den Sicherheitsmerkmalen von Windows Server 2008 R2 - einschließlich der BitLocker-Laufwerksverschlüsselung und BitLocker To Go, auch mit TPM (Trusted Platform Module). Weitere Schwerpunkte stellen die Virtualisierung mit Hyper-V (mit Quick- und Livemigration) sowie die Remotedesktopdienste dar. Eingehend beschrieben sind auch die Service Pack 1-Neuerungen wie dynamischer Arbeitsspeicher für Hyper-V und RemoteFX. Dank des mehr als 50 Seiten starken Index finden Sie sich schnell zurecht. Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 baut auf dem bewährten Fundament von Windows Server 2008 auf, erweitert die darin enthaltenen Technologien und fügt neue Funktionen hinzu. Diese ermöglichen es Unternehmen, die Zuverlässigkeit und Flexibilität ihrer Serverinfrastrukturen zu verbessern. Neue Virtualisierungstools, Webressourcen, Verbesserungen bei der Verwaltung sowie die umfassende Windows 7-Integration helfen dabei, Zeit zu sparen, Kosten zu reduzieren und eine Plattform für ein dynamisches, effizient verwaltetes Rechenzentrum bereitzustellen. 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Schlagworte: Informatik Betriebssysteme Server Windows Server Betriebssystem Eric Tierling Hyper-V Microsoft R2 Server Service Pack 1 Virtualisierung WINDOWS Windows Server 2008 Handbuch Lehrbuch Mit verständlichen Beschreibungen, anschaulichen Beispielen und zahlreichen Praxistipps unterstützt Eric Tierling Sie beim erfolgreichen Einsatz von Windows Server 2008 R2 im eigenen Unternehmen oder beim Kunden. Ausführlich beschreibt er die Architektur und Einrichtung der Active Directory-Domänendienste und widmet sich tiefgehend den Sicherheitsmerkmalen von Windows Server 2008 R2 - einschließlich der BitLocker-Laufwerksverschlüsselung und BitLocker To Go, auch mit TPM (Trusted Platform Module). Weitere Schwerpunkte stellen die Virtualisierung mit Hyper-V (mit Quick- und Livemigration) sowie die Remotedesktopdienste dar. Eingehend beschrieben sind auch die Service Pack 1-Neuerungen wie dynamischer Arbeitsspeicher für Hyper-V und RemoteFX. Dank des mehr als 50 Seiten starken Index finden Sie sich schnell zurecht. Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 baut auf dem bewährten Fundament von Windows Server 2008 auf, erweitert die darin enthaltenen Technologien und fügt neue Funktionen hinzu. Diese ermöglichen es Unternehmen, die Zuverlässigkeit und Flexibilität ihrer Serverinfrastrukturen zu verbessern. Neue Virtualisierungstools, Webressourcen, Verbesserungen bei der Verwaltung sowie die umfassende Windows 7-Integration helfen dabei, Zeit zu sparen, Kosten zu reduzieren und eine Plattform für ein dynamisches, effizient verwaltetes Rechenzentrum bereitzustellen. Durch die Kombination leistungsfähiger Tools wie Internet Information Services (IIS) Version 7.5, Aktualisierungen beim Server-Manager und der Hyper-V-Plattform sowie die Windows PowerShell Version 2.0 erhalten Kunden größere Steuerungsfunktionen, eine gesteigerte Effizienz sowie die Möglichkeit, auf geänderte geschäftliche Anforderungen schneller als je zuvor zu reagieren. Dieses Buch zu Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 knüpft an die Bestseller zu Windows Server 2003 und 2008 an. Installation auf virtueller Festplatte, Remoteverwaltung, IPv6, Active Directory-Papierkorb, Einrichtung verwalteter Dienstkonten, Offline-Domänenbeitritt, AppLocker, DirectAccess, BranchCache, Remotedesktopdienste, Hyper-V und VDI sind einige der beschriebenen Highlights. Anhand zahlreicher, leicht verständlicher Beispiele kann der Leser das erworbene Wissen leicht in seiner eigenen Umgebung umsetzen. Mit seinen rund 25 Jahren Erfahrung zählt Eric Tierling zu Deutschlands bekanntesten Windows-Experten. Er hat mehr als 60 Fachbücher und über 500 Fachbeiträge in Zeitschriften veröffentlicht. Inhalt: Grußwort von Dietmar Meng, Microsoft Deutschland GmbH 39 Vorwort von Eric Tierling 40 Teil 1: Bekanntschaft mit dem Serverbetriebssystem schließen 43 1 Willkommen bei Windows Server 2008 R2 45 2 Schritt für Schritt: Windows Server 2008 R2 installieren 53 3 Upgrade auf Windows Server 2008 R2 113 4 Abrundung der Installation und erste Schritte 127 5 Server-Manager 237 6 Weitere Methoden zur Verwaltung von Windows Server 2008 R2 279 Teil 2: Windows Server 2008 R2 im Netz 307 7 Netzwerkkonfiguration, Diagnose und Überwachung 309 8 DHCP-Server 383 9 DNS-Server 427 10 WINS-Server 475 Teil 3: Active Directory-Domänendienste bei Windows Server 2008 R2 481 11 Active Directory – die Basics 483 12 Planung organisatorischer Strukturen 627 13 Active Directory-Einrichtung und -Konfiguration 663 14 Vorhandene Active Directory-Gesamtstrukturen und -Domänen auf Windows Server 2008 R2 vorbereiten 791 15 Weitere Einsatzgebiete der Active Directory-Technologie im Überblick 811 Teil 4: Gruppenrichtlinien 825 16 Gruppenrichtlinien: Zentrale Konfiguration der Arbeitsumgebung für Benutzer und Computer 827 17 Gruppenrichtlinien bearbeiten und verwalten 885 18 Gruppenrichtlinienbasierte Softwareinstallation: automatisierte Softwareverteilung über das Netzwerk 925 Teil 5: Sicherheit 937 19 Grundlegende Sicherheitskonzepte 939 20 AppLocker: Anwendungssteuerungsrichtlinien 1025 21 Zugriffssicherheit 1043 22 BitLocker-Laufwerkverschlüsselung und BitLocker To Go 1075 23 Netzwerkzugriffsschutz (NAP) 1133 24 DirectAccess: Transparentes VPN auf IPv6-Basis 1159 25 Überwachung (Auditing) 1169 Teil 6: Storage & Print 1179 26 Storage-Merkmale von Windows Server 2008 R2 1181 27 Datenträger 1199 28 Ordner und Dateien über das Netzwerk gemeinsam nutzen 1243 29 Verteiltes Dateisystem: Distributed File System (DFS) 1295 30 BranchCache 1315 31 Drucken über das Netzwerk 1337 Teil 7: Verfügbarkeit und Virtualisierung 1369 32 Failover-Clustering mit Windows Server 2008 R2 1371 33 Hyper-V bei Windows Server 2008 R2 1409 34 Hyper-V im Failover-Cluster 1457 35 Remotedesktopdienste 1479 36 RemoteFX 1595 37 Windows-Systemressourcen-Manager 1623 A Abkürzungen 1631 B Übersicht englischer und deutscher Termini 1651 Stichwortverzeichnis 1667 Reihe/Serie net.com Verlagsort München Sprache deutsch Gewicht 2875 g Einbandart gebunden Informatik Betriebssysteme Server Windows Server Betriebssystem Eric Tierling Hyper-V Microsoft R2 Server Service Pack 1 Virtualisierung WINDOWS Windows Server 2008 Handbuch Lehrbuch ISBN-10 3-8273-3089-0 / 3827330890 ISBN-13 978-3-8273-3089-5 / 9783827330895

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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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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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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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Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, The second edition of this handbook provides a state-of-the-art cover view on the various aspects in the rapidly developing field of robotics. Reaching for the human frontier, robotics is vigorously engaged in the growing challenges of new emerging domains. Interacting, exploring, and working with humans, the new generation of robots will increasingly touch people an mehr lesen ...
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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