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2016 International Symposium on Experimental Robotics [electronic resource] /

Contributor(s): Kulić, Dana [editor.] | Nakamura, Yoshihiko [editor.] | Khatib, Oussama [editor.] | Venture, Gentiane [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Springer Proceedings in Advanced Robotics: 1Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2017Edition: 1st ed. 2017.Description: XVI, 856 p. 506 illus.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319501154.Subject(s): Robotics | Automation | Artificial intelligence | Robotics and Automation | Artificial IntelligenceDDC classification: 629.892 Online resources: Click here to access eBook in Springer Nature platform. (Within Campus only.)
Contents:
Aerial Robots 1 -- Actuation -- Grasping 1 -- Manipulation -- Human-Robot Interaction 1 -- Mobile Robots 1 -- Perception -- Aerial Robots 2 -- Grasping 2 -- Planning and Control -- Mobile Robots -- Human-Robot Interaction 2.
In: Springer Nature eBookSummary: Experimental Robotics XV is the collection of papers presented at the International Symposium on Experimental Robotics, Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan on October 3-6, 2016. 73 scientific papers were selected and presented after peer review. The papers span a broad range of sub-fields in robotics including aerial robots, mobile robots, actuation, grasping, manipulation, planning and control and human-robot interaction, but shared cutting-edge approaches and paradigms to experimental robotics. The readers will find a breadth of new directions of experimental robotics. The International Symposium on Experimental Robotics is a series of bi-annual symposia sponsored by the International Foundation of Robotics Research, whose goal is to provide a forum dedicated to experimental robotics research. Robotics has been widening its scientific scope, deepening its methodologies and expanding its applications. However, the significance of experiments remains and will remain at the center of the discipline. The ISER gatherings are a venue where scientists can gather and talk about robotics based on this central tenet. .
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Aerial Robots 1 -- Actuation -- Grasping 1 -- Manipulation -- Human-Robot Interaction 1 -- Mobile Robots 1 -- Perception -- Aerial Robots 2 -- Grasping 2 -- Planning and Control -- Mobile Robots -- Human-Robot Interaction 2.

Experimental Robotics XV is the collection of papers presented at the International Symposium on Experimental Robotics, Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan on October 3-6, 2016. 73 scientific papers were selected and presented after peer review. The papers span a broad range of sub-fields in robotics including aerial robots, mobile robots, actuation, grasping, manipulation, planning and control and human-robot interaction, but shared cutting-edge approaches and paradigms to experimental robotics. The readers will find a breadth of new directions of experimental robotics. The International Symposium on Experimental Robotics is a series of bi-annual symposia sponsored by the International Foundation of Robotics Research, whose goal is to provide a forum dedicated to experimental robotics research. Robotics has been widening its scientific scope, deepening its methodologies and expanding its applications. However, the significance of experiments remains and will remain at the center of the discipline. The ISER gatherings are a venue where scientists can gather and talk about robotics based on this central tenet. .

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