Robot Motion: Planning and Control edited by Michael Brady M.I.T. Press, Cambridge MA, USA, 1983 (£33.95)

@article{Myers1983RobotMP,
  title={Robot Motion: Planning and Control edited by Michael Brady M.I.T. Press, Cambridge MA, USA, 1983 (£33.95)},
  author={Donald R. Myers},
  journal={Robotica},
  year={1983},
  volume={1},
  pages={109}
}
ROBOT MOTION: PLANNING AND CONTROL edited by Michael Brady M.l.T. Press, Cambridge MA, USA, 1983 {£33.95). At first glance, "Robot Motion: Planning and Control", edited by a group from M.I.T., appears to be simply a collection of the more significant journal publications of the past ten years dealing with the major issues of robot control. However, apart from the obvious value of compiling such relevant reference material under one cover, the editors provide a well structured overview of the… CONTINUE READING
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