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Redundancy in Robot Manipulators and Multi-Robot Systems - Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering 57 (Hardback)
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Redundancy in Robot Manipulators and Multi-Robot Systems - Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering 57 (Hardback)

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The trend in the evolution of robotic systems is that the number of degrees of freedom increases. This is visible both in robot manipulator design and in the shift of focus from single to multi-robot systems. Following the principles of evolution in nature, one may infer that adding degrees of freedom to robot systems design is beneficial. However, since nature did not select snake-like bodies for all creatures, it is reasonable to expect the presence of a certain selection pressure on the number of degrees of freedom. Thus, understanding costs and benefits of multiple degrees of freedom, especially those that create redundancy, is a fundamental problem in the field of robotics.

This volume is mostly based on the works presented at the workshop on Redundancy in Robot Manipulators and Multi-Robot Systems at the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems - IROS 2011. The workshop was envisioned as a dialog between researchers from two separate, but obviously related fields of robotics: one that deals with systems having multiple degrees of freedom, including redundant robot manipulators, and the other that deals with multirobot systems. The volume consists of twelve chapters, each representing one of the two fields.

Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
ISBN: 9783642339707
Number of pages: 244
Weight: 543 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 20 mm
Edition: 2013 ed.


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"A topic of great interest to the robotics community--multi-robot systems, or redundant robotic systems--is addressed in this book. ... The audience for this book is mostly those involved in cutting-edge research. I also recommend it to students who are thinking about a possible topic for their master's or PhD thesis." (Ramon Gonzalez Sanchez, ACM Computing Reviews, January, 2013)

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