Concise Encyclopedia of Robotics (Tab Electronics Robotics)
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Description This is the perfect way to keep up with the mountain of new terms and techniques facing today's hobbyist. This work is a clearinghouse of information for hobbyists and students interested in robotics, artificial intelligence, and electronics. It contains definitions - all presented in concise, well-illustrated, non-mathematical style favored by amateur hobbyists.
It covers the latest developments and trends with an eye towards the future. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions Bumblebee the Boss John Sazaklis. The Fourth Age Byron Reese. The Robots are Coming John Pugliano.
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The Singularity is Near Ray Kurzweil. Motors for Makers Matthew Scarpino. The Rise of the Robots Martin Ford. How to Build Robots Louise Derrington. Robot Programming Cameron Hughes. Army of None Paul Scharre. Turned On Kate Devlin. Artificial Intelligence Michael Woolridge. Wired for War P. Flesh and Machines Rodney Brooks.
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Arduino Workshop John Boxall. The Master Algorithm Pedro Domingos. Tips and Tales from the Workshop Gareth Branwyn. Home Robotics Daniel Knox. The Lego Technic Idea Book: Simple Machines Yoshihito Isogawa. The definitions are short, yet informative. There are approximately illustrations. The book aims to address the need for a broad-view reference about robotics and AI. Aimed at the general, rather than professional, reader, the presentation is relatively non-mathematical.
It is not intended as a problem-solving book. It will, however, help clear up confusion as to the meanings of terms and the applications real and potential of the technologies and systems defined.
Key features of this encyclopaedia include: Tanimoto, University of Washington Robotics contains elements of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science. One of the challenges in reading a robotics text or entering the field as a hobbyist is the variety of concepts and terminology one must know.
This book, a how things work for the robotics field, provides about brief articles explaining concepts from acoustic proximity sensor to zooming. Some entries are very short; Guidance System, for example, requires only two sentences and refers to other articles. A longer article like Logic Gate is a page and a half long, including a diagram and table.
Concise Encyclopedia of Robotics
Most topics are technical, but some are philosophical, such as Jungian World Theory. This well-written book is not an introduction to robotics--there is no history article, and no article titled Robot or Robotics --but it is likely to be a useful reference for students and hobbyists. Stan Gibilisco has authored or coauthored dozens of nonfiction books about electronics and science. His work has gained reading audiences in several languages throughout the world. Concise Encyclopedia of Robotics Author: