By Florent Lamiraux, David Bonnafous, Carl Van Geem (auth.), Prof. Antonio Bicchi, Prof. Domenico Prattichizzo, Prof. Henrik Iskov Christensen (eds.)
The ?eld of robotics keeps to ?ourish and advance. In universal with common scienti?c research, new rules and implementations emerge really spontaneously and those are mentioned, used, discarded or subsumed at c- ferences, within the reference journals, in addition to during the net. After a bit extra adulthood has been obtained by means of the hot thoughts, then archival e-book as a scienti?c or engineering monograph may possibly ensue. The target of the Springer Tracts in complicated Robotics is to post new advancements and advances within the ?elds of robotics examine – quickly and informally yet with a top quality. it really is was hoping that potential authors will welcome the chance to submit a based presentation of a few of the rising robotics methodologies and applied sciences. The edited quantity by means of Antonio Bicchi, Henrik Christensen and Domenico Prattichizzo is the result of the second one version of a workshop together subsidized by means of the IEEE regulate structures Society and the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society. extensively, the former quantity was once released within the Springer Lecture Notes on keep watch over and knowledge Sciences. The authors are regarded as top students across the world. A n- ber of difficult keep watch over difficulties at the vanguard of today’s examine in robotics and automation are lined, with specified emphasis on imaginative and prescient, sensory-feedback keep watch over, human-centered robotics, manipulation, making plans, ?exible and cooperative robots, meeting systems.
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