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A comprehensive review of the principles and dynamics of robotic systems
Dynamics and Control of Robotic Systems offers a systematic and thorough theoretical background for the study of the dynamics and control of robotic systems. The authors–noted experts in the field–highlight the underlying principles of dynamics and control that can be employed in various contemporary applications. The book contains a detailed presentation of the precepts of robotics and provides methodologies relevant to realistic robotic systems. The robotic systems represented include multiple examples, from classical industrial manipulators and humanoid robots to robotic surgical assistants, space vehicles, and computer-controlled milling machines.
The book emphasizes the systematic application of the underlying principles. It shows how the computational and analytical tools such as MATLAB, Mathematica, and Maple enable students to focus on robotics’ principles and theory. Dynamics and Control of Robotic Systems contains an extensive collection of examples and problems and:
Puts the focus on the fundamentals of kinematics and dynamics as applied to robotic systems Presents the techniques of analytical mechanics of robotics Includes a review of advanced topics such as the recursive order formulation Contains a wide array of design and analysis problems for robotic systems Written for students of robotics, Dynamics and Control of Robotic Systems offers a comprehensive review of the underlying principles and methods of the science of robotics.
Dynamics and Control of Robotic Systems
Author(s): Andrew J. Kurdila; Pinhas Ben-Tzvi
Publisher: Wiley, Year: 2020