Cutting Edge Robotics
Artificial Intelligence / December 31, 2017

Cutting Edge Robotics is a book written by Vedran Kordic, Aleksandar Lazinica and Munir Merdan published by  the plV pro literatur Verlag Robert Mayer-Scholz. This book contains 796 pages and consists of 45 chapters divided into 10 modules. This Cutting Edge Robotics is the result of inspirations and contributions from many researchers worldwide. It presents a collection of wide range research results of robotics scientific community. Various aspects of current research in robotics area are explored and discussed. The book begins with researches in robot modelling & design, in which different approaches in kinematical, dynamical and other design issues of mobile robots are discussed. Second chapter deals with various sensor systems, but the major part of the chapter is devoted to robotic vision systems. Chapter III is devoted to robot navigation and presents different navigation architectures. The chapter IV is devoted to research on adaptive and learning systems in mobile robots area. The chapter V speaks about different application areas of multi-robot systems. Other emerging field is discussed in chapter VI – the human- robot interaction. Chapter VII gives a great tutorial on legged robot systems and one research overview on design of a humanoid robot.The different examples of service robots are…

human robot interaction pdf
Artificial Intelligence / December 31, 2017

human robot interaction pdf is book written by manula veloso, mindy aisen, ayanna howard, chad jenkins, bilge mutlu, and brian scasselti. This book is published by world technology evaluation center, inc. in may 2012. This book consists of 203 pages and contains six chapters with appendix A, appendix B, and appendix C, and appendix D at the end. human robot interaction pdf is the study of interactions between humans and robots. It is often referred as HRI by researchers. Human–robot interaction is a multidisciplinary field with contributions from human–computer interaction, artificial intelligence, robotics, natural language understanding, design, and social sciences. Robots are simulated operators with limits of discernment and activity in the physical world regularly alluded by specialists as workspace. Their utilization has been summed up in industrial facilities however these days they have a tendency to be found in the most innovatively propelled social orders in such basic areas as inquiry and safeguard, military fight, mine and bomb location, logical investigation, law implementation, excitement and healing center care. These new areas of uses suggest a nearer communication with the client. The idea of closeness is to be taken in its full significance, robots and people share the workspace yet additionally share objectives as far as undertaking accomplishment….

supply chain pdf
Artificial Intelligence / December 19, 2017

supply chain pdf is the book written by Vedran Kordic published by InTech in 2008. This book consists of 568 pages and contains 27 chapters starting from Supply Chain Collaboration, Concurrent Design of Product Modules Structure and Global Supply Chain Configuration, Quantitative Models for Centralised Supply Chain Coordination, Moving Segmentation Up the Supply-Chain: Supply Chain Segmentation and Artificial Neural Networks, A Dynamic Resource Allocation on Service Supply Chain, Pricing in Supply Chain under Vendor Managed Inventory, Transshipment Problems in Supply ChainSystems: Review and Extensions, The Feasibility Analysis of Available-to-Promise in Supply-Chain System under Fuzzy Environment, Assessing Improvement Opportunities and Risks of Supply Chain Transformation Projects, Modeling of Supply Chain Contextual-Load Model for Instability Analysis, New Measures for Supply Chain Vulnerability: Characterizing the Issue of Friction in the Modelling and Practice of Procurement, Competence Based Taxonomy of Supplier Firms in the Automotive Industry, Design, Management and Control of Logistic Distribution Systems, Parameterization of MRP for Supply Planning Under Lead Time Uncertainties, Optimization of Multi-Tiered Supply Chain Networks with Equilibrium Flows, Towards a Quantitative Performance Measurement Model in a Buyer-Supplier Relationship Context, A Framework for Assessing and Managing Large Purchaser – Minority Supplier Relationships in Supplier Diversity Initiatives, An Evaluation Framework for Supply Chains Based on…

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
Programming / December 14, 2017

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs is the 2nd edition of the book  written by Harold Abelson and Gerald Jay Sussman with Julie Sussman foreword by Alan J. Perlis published by The MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts London, England and McGraw-Hill Book Company New York St. Louis San Francisco Montreal Toronto. This book consists of 588 pages and contains 5 chapters starting from Building Abstractions with Procedures, Building Abstractions with Data, Modularity, Objects, and State, Metalinguistic Abstraction, and Computing with Register Machines. This book also consists of references, list of exercises and index at the end of the book. About the Author of Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs: Hal Abelson is Class of 1922 Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a fellow of the IEEE. He is a founding director of Creative Commons, Public Knowledge, and the Free Software Foundation. Additionally, he serves as co-chair for the MIT Council on Educational Technology. Gerald Jay Sussman is Panasonic Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT. Conclusion of Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs: Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs has dramatically affected software engineering educational module over the previous decade. This hotly anticipated update contains changes all through the content. There are new usage of a…

Learning to Program
Programming / December 12, 2017

Learning to Program second edition is a book written by chris pine in 2009. This book is published by The Pragmatic Bookshelf Raleigh, North Carolina Dallas, Texas. This book contains 231 pages inclusive of titles pages and consists of 15 chapters namely as Getting Started, Numbers, Letters, Problems, Variables and Assignment, Mixing It Up, More About Methods, Flow Control, Arrays and Iterators, Writing Your Own Methods, There’s Nothing New to Learn in Chapter 10, Reading and Writing, Saving and Loading, Yin and…, A Few Things to Try,  New Classes of Objects, Creating New Classes-Changing Existing Ones, Blocks and Procs, and Beyond This Fine Book. Motivation behind Learning to Program by chris pine: I figure this all started in 2002. I was contemplating showing programming, and what an awesome dialect Ruby would be for figuring out how to program. That is to say, we were altogether amped up for Ruby since it was capable, exquisite, and extremely simply fun, yet I couldn’t help suspecting that it would likewise be an awesome approach to get into programming in any case. Tragically, there wasn’t much Ruby documentation intended for amateurs at the time. A few of us in the group were discussing what such a “Ruby…