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Artificial intelligence and mobile robots case studies of successful robot systems
MIT Press
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  Artificial intelligence and mobile robots: case studies of successful robot systems
Kortenkamp D., Bonasso R., Murphy R.  MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1998. Type: Divisible Book

Michael Brady of Oxford University (one of the contributors to this book) is usually credited with defining robotics as “the intelligent connection between perception and action.” This definition brings out the three fundamental ingred...

May 1 1999
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