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Introduction Part A - Robotics Foundations Kinematics.- Dynamics.- Mechanisms and Actuation.- Sensing and Estimation.- Model Identification.- Motion Planning.- Motion Control.- Force Control.- Redundant Manipulators.- Robots with Flexible Elements.- Robotic Systems Architectures and Programming.- Behavior-Based Systems.- AI Reasoning Methods for Robotics.- Machine Learning Part B - Design Design and Performance Evaluation.- Limbed Structures.- Parallel Mechanisms.- Robot Hands.- Snake-Like and Continuum Robots.- Soft Robots.- Modular Robots.- Biomimetic Robots.- Wheeled Robots.- Underwater Robots.- Flying Robots.- Micro/Nanorobots Part C - Sensing and Perception Force and Tactile Sensing.- Inertial Sensing.- GPS and Odometry.- Sonar Sensing.- Range Sensing.- 3-D Vision.- Object Recognition.- Visual Servoing.- Multisensor Data Fusion Part D - Manipulation and Interfaces Motion for Manipulation Tasks.- Contact Modeling and Manipulation.- Grasping.- Cooperative Manipulation.- Mobility and Manipulation.- Haptics.- Active Manipulation for Perception.- Telerobotics.- Networked Robots Part E - Moving in the Environment World Modeling.- Simultaneous Localization and Mapping.- Motion Planning and Obstacle Avoidance.- Modeling and Control of Legged Robots.- Modeling and Control of Wheeled Mobile Robots.- Modeling and Control of Robots on Rough Terrain.- Modeling and Control of Underwater Robots.- Modeling and Control of Aerial Robots.- Multiple Mobile Robot Systems Part F - Robots at Work Industrial Robotics.- Space Robotics.- Robotics in Agriculture and Forestry.- Robotics in Construction.- Robotics in Hazardous Applications.- Robotics in Mining.- Search and Rescue Robotics.- Robot Surveillance and Security.- Intelligent Vehicles.- Medical Robotics and Computer-Integrated Surgery.- Rehabilitation and Health Care Robotics.- Domestic Robotics.- Robotics Competitions and Challenges Part G - Robots and Humans Humanoids.- Human Motion Reconstruction.- Physical Human-Robot Interaction.- Human-Robot Augmentation.- Cognitive Human-Robot Interaction.- Social Robotics.- Socially Assistive Robotics.- Learning from Humans.- Biologically-Inspired Robotics.- Evolutionary Robotics.- Neurorobotics: From Vision to Action.- Perceptual Robotics.- Robotics for Education.- Roboethics: Social and Ethical Implications Acknowledgements.- About the Authors.- Subject Index
Bruno Siciliano received his Doctorate degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Naples, Italy, in 1987. He is Professor of Control and Robotics at University of Naples Federico II. His research focuses on methodologies and technologies in industrial and service robotics including force and visual control, cooperative robots, human-robot interaction, and aerial manipulation. He has co-authored 6 books and over 300 journal papers, conference papers and book chapters. He has delivered over 20 keynote presentations and over 100 colloquia and seminars at institutions around the world. He is a Fellow of IEEE, ASME and IFAC. He is Co-Editor of the Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics (STAR) series and the Springer Handbook of Robotics, which received the PROSE Award for Excellence in Physical Sciences & Mathematics and was also the winner in the category Engineering & Technology. He has served on the Editorial Boards of prestigious journals, as well as Chair or Co-Chair for numerous international conferences. Professor Siciliano is the Past-President of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS). He has been the recipient of several awards, including the IEEE RAS George Saridis Leadership Award in Robotics and Automation and the IEEE RAS Distinguished Service Award. Oussama Khatib received his Doctorate degree in Electrical Engineering from Sup'Aero, Toulouse, France, in 1980. He is Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University. His research focuses on methodologies and technologies in human-centered robotics including humanoid control architectures, human motion synthesis, interactive dynamic simulation, haptics, and human-friendly robot design. He has co-authored over 300 journal papers, conference papers and book chapters. He has delivered over 100 keynote presentations and several hundreds of colloquia and seminars at institutions around the world. He is a Fellow of IEEE. He is Co-Editor of the Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics (STAR) series and the Springer Handbook of Robotics, which received the PROSE Award for Excellence in Physical Sciences & Mathematics and was also the winner in the category Engineering & Technology. He has served on the Editorial Boards of prestigious journals, as well as Chair or Co-Chair for numerous international conferences. Professor Khatib is the President of the International Foundation of Robotics Research. He has been the recipient of several awards, including the IEEE RAS Pioneer Award in Robotics and Automation, the IEEE RAS George Saridis Leadership Award in Robotics and Automation, the IEEE RAS Distinguished Service Award, and the Japan Robot Association (JARA) Award in Research and Development.
"This handbook describes a very large number of topics on robotics. ... Each chapter has a summary and references (books, papers, and videos). ... The book can be used by students of many disciplines (robotics, computer science, mechanical engineering, physics, civil engineering, sociology, management, and so on) and at many levels (undergraduate, graduate, and research)." (Maulik A. Dave, Computing Reviews, February, 2017)