By Manuel Ferre, Martin Buss, Rafael Aracil, Claudio Melchiorri, Carlos Balaguer
A desirable publication that covers intimately all the newest advances in Telerobotics. A must-read for scientists, researchers and scholars in teleoperation, it describes every thing from tools and experimental effects to functions and advancements. Its 3 sections disguise human method interfaces, keep watch over, and functions. The booklet is complemented through a really necessary CD-ROM containing fifteen examine video clips that aid to carry the fabric within the booklet to existence.
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Advances in Telerobotics (Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics) by Manuel Ferre, Martin Buss, Rafael Aracil, Claudio Melchiorri, Carlos Balaguer