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ISBN: 9781292052526
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Edición: 3
Copyright: 2014
Páginas: 384

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Introduction to Robotics: New International Edition (ebook)


By John J. Craig

Descripción:

For senior-year or first-year graduate level robotics courses generally taught from the mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, or computer science departments. Since its original publication in 1986, Craig's Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics and Control has been the marketês leading textbook used for teaching robotics at the university level. With perhaps one-half of the material from traditional mechanical engineering material, one-fourth control theoretical material, and one-fourth computer science, it covers rigid-body transformations, forward and inverse positional kinematics, velocities and Jacobians of linkages, dynamics, linear control, non-linear control, force control methodologies, mechanical design aspects, and programming of robots. The full text downloaded to your computer With eBooks you can: search for key concepts, words and phrases make highlights and notes as you study share your notes with friends eBooks are downloaded to your computer and accessible either offline through the Bookshelf (available as a free download), available online and also via the iPad and Android apps. Upon purchase, you'll gain instant access to this eBook. Time limit The eBooks products do not have an expiry date. You will continue to access your digital ebook products whilst you have your Bookshelf installed.




Contenido:
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Spatial Transformations
Chapter 3. Forward Kinematics
Chapter 4. Inverse Kinematics
Chapter 5. Velocities, Static Forces, and Jacobians
Chapter 6. Dynamics
Chapter 7. Trajectory Planning
Chapter 8. Mechanical Design of Robots
Chapter 9. Linear Control
Chapter 10. Non-Linear Control
Chapter 11. Force Control
Chapter 12. Programming Languages and Systems