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Mechatronics Engineering Implementation of multilevel control of a complex hybrid robot

@inproceedings{Salem2018MechatronicsEI,
  title={Mechatronics Engineering Implementation of multilevel control of a complex hybrid robot},
  author={Farah Salem and Alsaba Michel and Aldayoub Ziad},
  year={2018}
}
Multifunction robots are distributed systems need to interface to highly heterogeneous hardware. Robotics researchers have focused on developing new methods and techniques for solving many difficult functional problems, but remained independent of the mechanical design, and performed algorithms test usually just after realization of the physical prototypes. However, realization of physical prototypes is, usually, a complex and expensive process. This paper presents a practical way to build a… 

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