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A New Guide for Better Technical Presentations: Applying Proven Techniques With Modern Tools

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A New Guide for Better Technical Presentations: Applying Proven Techniques With Modern Tools
A New Guide for Better Technical Presentations: Applying Proven Techniques With Modern Tools

A New Guide for Better Technical Presentations: Applying Proven Techniques With Modern Tools Softcover ISBN: 879422831


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Cooking with Poo von Saiyuud Diwong (Autor) COOKBOOK AND MORE Khun Poo`s world renowned and award winning `Cooking with Poo` is a fabulous collection of Thai recipes and stories of her community all beautifully photographed in and around her kitchen in the Klong Toey slum. This book has been acknowledged by some of the best known Chef`s in the world! Khun Poo has already sold more than 17,000 copies since she launched the book in 2012. By purchasing this book and other merchandise you will be assisting the Helping Hands team continue their fight against the cycle of poverty faced by so many men, women and children living in Klong Toey. Author : DIWONG, SAIYUUD Publisher : COOKING WITH POO Category : GENERAL COOKERY Language : ENGLISH Size (W x H) : 180x180x10 Weight : 0.31 Binding : Number of page : 106 Cooking with Poo von Saiyuud Diwong (Author)

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Saiyuud Diwong (Autor)
Cooking with Poo von Saiyuud Diwong (Autor) COOKBOOK AND MORE Khun Poo`s world renowned and award winning `Cooking with Poo` is a fabulous collection of Thai recipes and stories of her community all beautifully photographed in and around her kitchen in the Klong Toey slum. This book has been acknowledged by some of the best known Chef`s in the world! Khun Poo has already sold more than 17,000 copies since she launched the book in 2012. By purchasing this book and other merchandise you will be assisting the Helping Hands team continue their fight against the cycle of poverty faced by so many men, women and children living in Klong Toey. Author : DIWONG, SAIYUUD Publisher : COOKING WITH POO Category : GENERAL COOKERY Language : ENGLISH Size (W x H) : 180x180x10 Weight : 0.31 Binding : Number of page : 106 Cooking with Poo von Saiyuud Diwong (Author)

2012 COOKING WITH POO 2012 Softcover 106 S. 19,8 x 18 x 0,3 cm ISBN: 977507076


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, Great book with some new ideas to tryout. Came in from Thailand which was a pleasant surprise. Well packed as well. Brings back great memories of Thailand. I can recommend this book. It also a very good cause. COOKBOOK AND MORE Khun Poo`s world renowned and award winning `Cooking with Poo` is a fabulous collection of Thai recipes and stories of her community all beau mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: COOKERY Klong Toey slum Thailand Thai kitchen cuisine Asia Asian Bangkok thailändische Küche Great book with some new ideas to tryout. Came in from Thailand which was a pleasant surprise. Well packed as well. Brings back great memories of Thailand. I can recommend this book. It also a very good cause. COOKBOOK AND MORE Khun Poo`s world renowned and award winning `Cooking with Poo` is a fabulous collection of Thai recipes and stories of her community all beautifully photographed in and around her kitchen in the Klong Toey slum. This book has been acknowledged by some of the best known Chef`s in the world! Khun Poo has already sold more than 17,000 copies since she launched the book in 2012. By purchasing this book and other merchandise you will be assisting the Helping Hands team continue their fight against the cycle of poverty faced by so many men, women and children living in Klong Toey. Author : DIWONG, SAIYUUD Publisher : COOKING WITH POO Category : GENERAL COOKERY Language : ENGLISH Size (W x H) : 180x180x10 Weight : 0.31 Binding : Number of page : 106 Cooking with Poo von Saiyuud Diwong (Autor) COOKERY Klong Toey slum Thailand Thai kitchen cuisine Asia Asian Bangkok thailändische Küche ISBN 978-0977507078 ISBN 0977507076

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Vintage Panerai Uhren mit Geschichte (Gebundene Ausgabe) von Ralf Ehlers & Volker Wiegmann (Autor) Watches with History Orologi con una Storia

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Ralf Ehlers & Volker Wiegmann (Autor)
Vintage Panerai Uhren mit Geschichte (Gebundene Ausgabe) von Ralf Ehlers & Volker Wiegmann (Autor) Watches with History Orologi con una Storia

Auflage: Uhren mit Geschichte, Watches with History, Orologi con una Storia Ehlers & Wiegmann GbR Auflage: Uhren mit Geschichte, Watches with History, Orologi con una Storia Hardcover 228 S. 21,4 x 21 x 2 cm ISBN: 3000222189 (EAN: 9783000222184 / 978-3000222184)


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, Für Liebhaber dieser Uhren ist dieses Buch ein echtes Muss und ein wunderbares Geschenk. Der Klassiker unter den Panerai-Büchern und ein absolutes Must-have für jeden Paneristi. Erzählt werden die Geschichten ausgewählter Uhren. Der Leser kann zwischen deutschem, englischem und italienischem Text wählen. Ein wirklich hervorragendes Buch zum geschichtlichen Aspekt der mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: Watches with History Orologi con una Storia Für Liebhaber dieser Uhren ist dieses Buch ein echtes Muss und ein wunderbares Geschenk. Der Klassiker unter den Panerai-Büchern und ein absolutes Must-have für jeden Paneristi. Erzählt werden die Geschichten ausgewählter Uhren. Der Leser kann zwischen deutschem, englischem und italienischem Text wählen. Ein wirklich hervorragendes Buch zum geschichtlichen Aspekt der Luxusuhrenmarke Panerai darstellt, es ist wirklich toll zu lesen. This book comprehensively documents five historic Panerai watches and their pasts. Complete with rare information on their original Italian and German owners, the book details the training and assignments of combat swimmers as well as the extensive array of combat swimmer’s equipment. So different are these five watches, that it is a truly fascinating journey to dive into the histories of these amazing timepieces. A book by collectors, for collectors. 21 x 21 cm, 228 pages, trilingual, 202 illustrations Hardback jacket Dieses Buch dokumentiert ausführlich fünf historische Panerai-Uhren und deren Geschichte. Gemeinsam mit seltenen Informationen über ihre italienischen und deutschen Erstbesitzer werden Ausbildung und Einsätze der Kampfschwimmer sowie deren umfangreiche Ausrüstung dargestellt. So unterschiedlich diese fünf Uhren auch sind, so spannend ist es, in die Geschichte dieser faszinierenden Zeitmesser einzutauchen. Ein Buch von Sammlern für Sammler. 21 x 21 cm, 228 Seiten, dreisprachig 202 Abbildungen Hardcover-Umschlag Questo libro documenta dettagliatamente cinque orologi Panerai d`epoca e la loro storia. Oltre a rare informazioni sui loro primi proprietari italiani e tedeschi, vengono descritti anche l’addestramento e l’utilizzo degli uomini rana e tutta la loro attrezzatura. Questi cinque orologi sono molto diversi tra loro ed è interessante calarsi nella storia di questi oggetti così affascinanti. Un libro di collezionisti per collezionisti. 21 x 21 cm, 228 pagine, trilingue, 202 figure Copertina rigida Gebundene Ausgabe: 228 Seiten Verlag: Ehlers & Wiegmann GbR; Auflage: Uhren mit Geschichte, Watches with History, Orologi con una Storia (2007) ISBN-10: 3000222189 ISBN-13: 978-3000222184 Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21,4 x 21 x 2 cm Vintage Panerai Uhren mit Geschichte (Gebundene Ausgabe) von Ralf Ehlers & Volker Wiegmann (Autor) ISBN 987-3-00-022218-4

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Complete Bodybuilding [Paperback] by Weider, Joe with Bill Reynolds [Englisch] Joe with Bill Reynolds Weider (Autor)

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Joe with Bill Reynolds Weider (Autor)
Complete Bodybuilding [Paperback] by Weider, Joe with Bill Reynolds [Englisch] Joe with Bill Reynolds Weider (Autor)

1999 Contemporary Books 1999 Softcover 26,9 x 21,1 x 3,8 cm EAN: 978-0809297757 (ISBN: 0809297752)


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, Complete Bodybuilding [Paperback] by Weider, Joe with Bill Reynolds [Englisch] Joe with Bill Reynolds Weider (Autor)
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Bestell-Nr.: BN27930

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The life work of Henri René Guy de Maupassant. Embracing romance, travel, comedy & verse, for the first time complete in English. With a critical preface by Paul Bourget of the French Academy and an introduction by Robert Arnot. M. A. Illustrated from Original Drawings by eminent French and American artists. - Vol. I - Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life.

[Maupassant, Henri René Guy de] -

The life work of Henri René Guy de Maupassant. Embracing romance, travel, comedy & verse, for the first time complete in English. With a critical preface by Paul Bourget of the French Academy and an introduction by Robert Arnot. M. A. Illustrated from Original Drawings by eminent French and American artists. - Vol. I - Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life. With a critical preface by Paul Bourget and an introduction by Robert Arnot.

(Insgesamt 17 Bände / Complete with 17 vols of the numerated Original Salon Edition in full leather). Akron, Ohio, The St. Dunstan Society, 1903. Jeder Teilband mit dem fein dekoriertem Titelblatt, pro Band ca. 350 S, meist mit Frontispiz und 1-4 teils colorierten, ganzseitugen Illustrationen.. / Titles of each vol. with gilt decorated frontpage, mostly with frontispice, around 350 pp. per volume and with 2-5 partly coloured full-page illustrations. 23x16cm, braune Orig.- Ganzlederbände mit goldgeprägten und verzierten Rückentiteln, Buchdeckel mit goldenen Randverzierungen und mit einem goldenen Wappen mit Lederintarsie, hintere Deckel mit blindgeprägten Verzierungen, mit Lesebändchen. Alle Bände einheitlich mit Kopfgoldschnitt - Ränder noch unbeschnitten. / Brown orig. leather with golden titles on spine, richly illustrated gilt decorations on front cover with red illustrated emblem,and and covertitles, with blind imprinted decoration on back covers - Each vol. with bookmark and gilt haed cut, edges uncut.


Of the Salon Edition of the works of Guy de Maupassant there have been printed 1244 sets of which this is number 524 attest Robert Arnot managing editor - Schön gestaltete, bibliophile, numerierte Salonausgabe, mit prächtigen, farbigen u. goldverzierten Titeln. ZUSTAND / CONDITION: Rücken etwas augehellt, Band I und II mit winziger Fehlstelle am unteren Kapital (unter 2mm), Einbände sehr gering b mehr lesen ...
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Schlagworte: M. Walter Dunne, etching by Le Rat, Numerierte Ausgaben, Werkausgaben, Oeuvre, Gesamtausgaben, Salon-Ausgabe, Bibliophile Vorzugsausgaben der Jahrhundertwende

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Coping with Jobhunting. Self-appraisal, Finding vacancies, Application formes, CVs, Interviews, Creative jobhunting.

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Phillips, Chris:
Coping with Jobhunting. Self-appraisal, Finding vacancies, Application formes, CVs, Interviews, Creative jobhunting. The 'Coping with' series.

London : Newpoint, 1988. 59 S., 22 cm, Softcover/Paperback, ISBN: 0862631653 (EAN: 9780862631659 / 978-0862631659)


Zustand: geringe Gebrauchs- u. Lesespuren, einige Bleistifteintragungen, sehr gutes Exemplar. Text / Sprache: Englisch, The 'Coping with' series, A practical guide to the inexact science of finding a job. This book rehearses the traditional methods of job search - through milk round interviews, publications, agencies etc - plus the steps involved in filling in application forms and writing coverin mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: Chris Phillips , Coping with Jobhunting , Job hunting

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Amputation, Prosthesis Use, and Phantom Limb Pain: An Interdisciplinary Perspective [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe] Craig Murray (Herausgeber) The book will contain contributions from the fields of anthropology, biomedical engineering, computer science, neuroscience, nursing, prosthetics and orthotics, psychology, and rehabilitative medicine. It will be comprised of three broad interrelated sections. Following an introductory chapter in which the topics and chapters of the book are overviewed, the first section (

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Craig Murray (Herausgeber)
Amputation, Prosthesis Use, and Phantom Limb Pain: An Interdisciplinary Perspective [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe] Craig Murray (Herausgeber) The book will contain contributions from the fields of anthropology, biomedical engineering, computer science, neuroscience, nursing, prosthetics and orthotics, psychology, and rehabilitative medicine. It will be comprised of three broad interrelated sections. Following an introductory chapter in which the topics and chapters of the book are overviewed, the first section (""Providing and Monitoring the Use of Prostheses"") will concentrate on the work of prostheticians and will consist of three chapters. The first of these, written by a clinician responsible for the provision of prosthetics in a large regional area of the UK, will present a range of ethical and medico-legal issues for rehabilitation professionals in the supply and withdrawal of prostheses and assistive technology for people with limb loss or deformity. The second chapter, provided by a prosthetician and prosthetic engineers, will present the development of an innovative computerized technique for monitoring upper limb prosthesis activity. The final chapter in this section is written by an anthropologist, himself an amputee, presenting ethnographic work on how prostheticians and their clients actually ""go about"" providing artificial limbs. Together these chapters explicate the processes involved in prostheticians’ work with clients in a manner which will be of interest to students and professionals from a range of disciplines. Section 2 (""The Experience and Meaning of Prosthesis Use"") focuses on the experiences and meanings of prosthesis users themselves. The first of three chapters, written by members of the Dublin Psychoprothetics Group, explores the ways in which people adapt and cope with limb loss and using a prosthesis, the potential for positive adjustment and strengths emerging from the experience, pain, affective distress, issues around identity, body image, and the construction of self and quality of life. It also considers the importance of these issues for health service providers across the multidisciplinary team who work with people with limb loss. The second chapter provides a reflective critique of the themes in the book, namely, the process of prosthetic rehabilitation, by way of a reprint of Gelya Frank’s classic paper ""Beyond Stigma: Visibility and Self-Empowerment of Persons with Congenital Limb Deficiencies,"" along with a new commentary from the author herself. This chapter focuses on the experiences of people born with congenital limb deficiencies who have chosen not to use prosthetics as part of a strategy to counteract the stigmatization of disability and bodily difference. The views of these participants provide challenges to a range of professionals involved in the rehabilitation of people with amputations and limb deficiencies. The final chapter of this section presents a range of themes in the experiences of people who choose to use prosthetics following amputation or limb absence, including the embodied used of prosthesis and the integration of these into the identity of the persons concerned. The final section (postoperative pain and new treatments of phantom limb pain) focuses on phantom limb pain and emerging therapies for this phenomenon. The first of four chapters presents a clinician’s account of post amputation pain, stressing how this is temporally dependent, varying at different stages of the perioperative/postoperative period, with possibly more than one pain being present at any time. In considering the complex amalgam of pain contributors the author argues for a full biopsychosocial assessment to be made with attention and treatment given to any associated mood disorder, disorder of cognition or behavioral maladaptations. These considerations are developed further in the following chapter where, written from a nursing perspective, the coping style of patients in relation to phantom limb pain are discussed and compared with other pain conditions. The final two chapters in this section present two emerging therapies for phantom limb pain which have received particular academic and media attention. This condition is notoriously difficult to treat, and the two chapters included here present the emergence of exciting new therapies. The first of these, written from a neuropsychological and nursing perspective, discusses the potential of mental imagery in the treatment of phantom limb pain and associated cortical reorganization in the brain. The authors report on a mental imagery training program for patients, based at the Pain Research Institute in Liverpool. Patients with phantom limb pain have reported a significant reduction in the intensity and unpleasantness of constant pain and exacerbations. The last chapter presents the emergence of virtual reality therapy, involving the collaboration of psychologists and computer scientists, and focuses principally on the work of the Advanced Interface Group at Manchester using immersive virtual reality as a visual therapy for the treatment of phantom limb pain.

2010 Springer 2010 Hardcover 203 S. 1,4 x 15,6 x 23,1 cm EAN: 978-0387874616 (ISBN: 0387874615)


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, The book will contain contributions from the fields of anthropology, biomedical engineering, computer science, neuroscience, nursing, prosthetics and orthotics, psychology, and rehabilitative medicine. It will be comprised of three broad interrelated sections. Following an introductory chapter in which the topics and chapters of the book are overviewed, the first sec mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: The book will contain contributions from the fields of anthropology, biomedical engineering, computer science, neuroscience, nursing, prosthetics and orthotics, psychology, and rehabilitative medicine. It will be comprised of three broad interrelated sections. Following an introductory chapter in which the topics and chapters of the book are overviewed, the first section (""Providing and Monitoring the Use of Prostheses"") will concentrate on the work of prostheticians and will consist of three chapters. The first of these, written by a clinician responsible for the provision of prosthetics in a large regional area of the UK, will present a range of ethical and medico-legal issues for rehabilitation professionals in the supply and withdrawal of prostheses and assistive technology for people with limb loss or deformity. The second chapter, provided by a prosthetician and prosthetic engineers, will present the development of an innovative computerized technique for monitoring upper limb prosthesis activity. The final chapter in this section is written by an anthropologist, himself an amputee, presenting ethnographic work on how prostheticians and their clients actually ""go about"" providing artificial limbs. Together these chapters explicate the processes involved in prostheticians’ work with clients in a manner which will be of interest to students and professionals from a range of disciplines. Section 2 (""The Experience and Meaning of Prosthesis Use"") focuses on the experiences and meanings of prosthesis users themselves. The first of three chapters, written by members of the Dublin Psychoprothetics Group, explores the ways in which people adapt and cope with limb loss and using a prosthesis, the potential for positive adjustment and strengths emerging from the experience, pain, affective distress, issues around identity, body image, and the construction of self and quality of life. It also considers the importance of these issues for health service providers across the multidisciplinary team who work with people with limb loss. The second chapter provides a reflective critique of the themes in the book, namely, the process of prosthetic rehabilitation, by way of a reprint of Gelya Frank’s classic paper ""Beyond Stigma: Visibility and Self-Empowerment of Persons with Congenital Limb Deficiencies,"" along with a new commentary from the author herself. This chapter focuses on the experiences of people born with congenital limb deficiencies who have chosen not to use prosthetics as part of a strategy to counteract the stigmatization of disability and bodily difference. The views of these participants provide challenges to a range of professionals involved in the rehabilitation of people with amputations and limb deficiencies. The final chapter of this section presents a range of themes in the experiences of people who choose to use prosthetics following amputation or limb absence, including the embodied used of prosthesis and the integration of these into the identity of the persons concerned. The final section (postoperative pain and new treatments of phantom limb pain) focuses on phantom limb pain and emerging therapies for this phenomenon. The first of four chapters presents a clinician’s account of post amputation pain, stressing how this is temporally dependent, varying at different stages of the perioperative/postoperative period, with possibly more than one pain being present at any time. In considering the complex amalgam of pain contributors the author argues for a full biopsychosocial assessment to be made with attention and treatment given to any associated mood disorder, disorder of cognition or behavioral maladaptations. These considerations are developed further in the following chapter where, written from a nursing perspective, the coping style of patients in relation to phantom limb pain are discussed and compared with other pain conditions. The final two chapters in this section present two emerging therapies for phantom limb pain which have received particular academic and media attention. This condition is notoriously difficult to treat, and the two chapters included here present the emergence of exciting new therapies. The first of these, written from a neuropsychological and nursing perspective, discusses the potential of mental imagery in the treatment of phantom limb pain and associated cortical reorganization in the brain. The authors report on a mental imagery training program for patients, based at the Pain Research Institute in Liverpool. Patients with phantom limb pain have reported a significant reduction in the intensity and unpleasantness of constant pain and exacerbations. The last chapter presents the emergence of virtual reality therapy, involving the collaboration of psychologists and computer scientists, and focuses principally on the work of the Advanced Interface Group at Manchester using immersive virtual reality as a visual therapy for the treatment of phantom limb pain.

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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. 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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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Schlagworte: SAP APO-PP/DS APO master data SAP Advanced Planning & Optimization APO SAP ERP SAP SCM 7.0 Mathematik Informatik Informatiker Netzwerke SAP This book provides you with a comprehensive and practical guide to implementing, customizing, and using production planning in SAP Advanced Planning & Optimization (APO). You ll learn how to set up the data exchange between SAP ERP and SAP APO to ensure that you re making the most out of the versatile functions and options of APO-PP/DS. In addition to covering the standard processes, you ll learn about various advanced processes, such as multi-resource planning and the MRP-based detailed scheduling. Production Planning with SAP ERP and APO Learn about the interaction of ERP and APO-PP/DS in production planning, as well as everything you need to know about APO Core Interface (CIF). Planning in APO-PP/DS Explore planning in APO-PP/DS and develop the expertise you need for new concepts. 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Highlights * Core Interface (CIF) and APO Master Data o CIF customizing o APO master data: products, resources, production data structure (PDS), and much more o Transaction data integration * Production Planning o Heuristics, pegging, setup optimization, and much more o Finite scheduling o Evaluation and processing of planning with product view, detailed scheduling planning board, Alert Monitor, and much more * Advanced Processes o PP/DS Optimizer o CTP sales order processing o Variant configuration Whether you are a consultant, managers, or a key user, this book will provide you with the information you need to learn how to implement, customize, and use SAP APO-PP/DS. You will be able to familiarize yourself with the complex world of Production Planning/Detailed Scheduling, and use this comprehensive reference for implementing and customizing PP/DS. You’ll discover the PP/DS functionalities and learn how to apply it to your everyday work. 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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. 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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. 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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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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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