- Author:Ming Xie
- Publisher:World Scientific Pub Co Inc (April 15, 2003)
- Pages:716 pages
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But, the book will also discuss the possibilities we can look forward to when we are capable of creating a vision-guided, learning machine.
It consists of three "towers" of layered components. The "perception tower" contains rules that create increasingly abstract descriptions of the current environmental situation starting with the primitive predicates produced by the robot's sensory apparatus
Ming Xie. Tomorrow's robots, which includes the humanoid robot, can perform task like tutoring children, working as tour guides, driving humans to and from work, do the family shopping etc. Tomorrow's robots will enhance lives in ways we never dreamed possible.
Ming Xie. No time to attend the decisive meeting on Asian strategy? Let your robot go for you and make the decisions. Not feeling well enough to go to the clinic? Let Dr Robot come to you, make a diagnosis, and get you the necessary medicine for treatment. No time to coach the soccer team this week? Let the robot do it for you.
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Tomorrow's robots, which includes the humanoid robot, can perform task like tutoring children, working as tour guides, driving humans to and from work, do the family shopping etc.
Автор: Xie, M. Название: Fundamentals of Robotics ISBN: 9812383352 ISBN-13(EAN): 9789812383358 Издательство: World Scientific Publishing Рейтинг
Introduction to Robotics Motion of Rigid Body Mechanical System of Robot Electromechanical System of Robot Control System of Robot Information System of Robot Visual Sensory System of Robot Visual Perception System of Robot Decision-Making System of Robot.
Bern, Switzerland) P. S. P. Wang (Northeastern Univ. ISBN 981-238-313-1 - ISBN 981-238-335-2 (pb.
Machine perception is the capability of a computer system to interpret data in a manner that is similar to the way humans use their senses to relate to the world around them. The basic method that the computers take in and respond to their environment is through the attached hardware. Until recently input was limited to a keyboard, or a mouse, but advances in technology, both in hardware and software, have allowed computers to take in sensory input in a way similar to humans.