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Annual Research Review

Author : Carnegie-Mellon University. Robotics Institute
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The Robotics Institute Annual Research Review

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The Robotics Institute 1985 Annual Research Review

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The Robotics Institute 1984 Annual Research Review

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Annual Research Review

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ACLCP Union List of Periodicals

Author : Associated College Libraries of Central Pennsylvania
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1992 Annual Research Review

Author : Carnegie-Mellon University. Robotics Institute
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1984 Annual Research Review

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1990 Annual Research Review

Author : Carnegie-Mellon University. Robotics Institute
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1993 Annual Research Review

Author : Carnegie-Mellon University. Robotics Institute
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1989 Annual Research Review

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CAD and Robotics in Architecture and Construction

Author : A. Bijl
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After two decades, data processing has finally, and probably forever, found its niche among civil engineering and construction (CEC) professionnals, through word processors, digitizing tables, management software, and increasingly via drawing software and computer-aided design (CAD), recently, robots have even started invading work sites. What are the main trends of CAD and robotics in the field of architecture and civil enginee ring? What type of R&D effort do university and industrial laboratories undertake to devise the professional software that will be on the market in the next three to five years? These are the issues which will be addressed during this symposium. To this effect, we have planned concurrently an equipment and software show, as well as a twofold conference. Robotic is just starting in the field of civil engineering and construction. A pioneer, the Civil Engineering Departement of Carnegie-Mellon University, in the United States, organized the first two international symposia, in 1984 and 1985 in Pittsburgh. This is the third meeting on the subject (this year, however, we have also included CAD). It constitutes the first large international symposium where CAD experts, specialists in architecture and CEC robotics will meet. From this standpoint, it should be an ideal forum for exchanging views and expe riences on a wide range of topics, and we hope it will give rise to novel applications and new syntheses. This symposium is intented for scientists, teachers, students and also for manufacturers and all CEC professionals.

Technology Regions and Policy

Author : John Rees
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Technology, Regions, and Policy examines the links between technological change, regional development, and government policy. This timely book provides a synthesis of recent scholarship-the results of original research projects carried out by a distinguished group of academics. It explores the complex questions of how high-technology areas develop, the factors influencing the spread of industrial technology, and the impact of technological change on labor creation and displacement.

Progress in Materials Handling and Logistics

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Material handling and logistics have become especially important to industrialists because of the competitive advantage that results from using the right methods to provide the right amount of the right material at the right place, at the right time, in the right condition, in the right sequence, in the right orientation, and at the right cost. But, what are the right methods? The emergence of sophisticated control systems, coupled with advances in hardware design, has resulted in a wide variety oftechno logical alternatives availablefor practically any application. Yet, with the emergence of just-in-time methods and the apparent success of the firms that have relied on the use of people and" simple" rules, rather than technology, the proper role of hardware and software in material handling and logistics is open to debate. Despite all that has been accomplished to date, the design of material handling and logistics systems remains an art as well as a science. Regardless of whether it is people, conveyors, lift trucks, robots, guided vehicles, laser scanners, storage/retrieval machines, carousels, voice encoding, machine vision, automatic palletizers, or other methods that are appropriate, selecting the right methods for moving, storing, and controlling material is vital. It is important that the selection decision be made after consideration is given to the requirements for amount, material, place, time, condition, sequence, orientation, and cost.

Biologically Inspired Intelligent Robots

Author : Yoseph Bar-Cohen
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The multidisciplinary issues involved in the development of biologically inspired intelligent robots include materials, actuators, sensors, structures, functionality, control, intelligence, and autonomy. This book reviews various aspects ranging from the biological model to the vision for the future.

Multiple Heterogeneous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Author : Aníbal Ollero
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Complete with online files and updates, this cutting-edge text looks at the next generation of unmanned flying machines. Aerial robots can be considered as an evolution of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). This book provides a complete overview of all the issues related to aerial robotics, addressing problems ranging from flight control to terrain perception and mission planning and execution. The major challenges and potentials of heterogeneous UAVs are comprehensively explored.

1987 Annual Research Review

Author : Carnegie-Mellon University. Robotics Institute
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1988 Annual Research Review

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1985 Annual Research Review

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UNIX Review

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