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    Jorge Angeles,Benoit Boulet,James J. Clark,Jozsef Kovecses,Kaleem Siddiqi
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On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, McGill University's Centre for Intelligent . Brain, Body and Machine. Kovecses, . Siddiqi, K. (Ed.

Brain, Body and Machine. Proceedings of an International Symposium on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of McGill University Centre for Intelligent Machines.

Электронная книга "Brain, Body and Machine: Proceedings of an International Symposium on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of McGill University Centre for Intelligent Machines", Jorge Angeles, Benoit Boulet, James J. Clark, Jozsef Kovecs. Clark, Jozsef Kovecses, Kaleem Siddiqi.

Jorge Angeles, Benoit Boulet, James J. The reader will find here papers on human-robot interaction as well as human safety algorithms; haptic interfaces; innovative instruments and algorithms for the sensing of motion and the identification of brain neoplasms; even a paper on a saxophone-playing robot.

Brain, Body and Machine book. Start by marking Brain, Body and Machine: Proceedings of an International Symposium on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the McGill University Centre for Intelligent Machines as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Clark, József Kövecses, and Kaleem Siddiqi (Ed.  . Proceedings of an International Symposium on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the McGill University Centre for Intelligent Machines. Jorge Angeles Department of Mechanical Engineering & Centre for Intelligent Machines McGill University 817 Sherbrooke St. W. Montreal, Quebec Canada H3A 2K6 E-mail: [email protected] Advances in intelligent and soft computing - 83, Advances in intelligent and soft computing - 83. 1st ed. by International Symposium on the Occasion. Published 2010 by Springer in Berlin. Classifications. xxiii, 352 p. : Number of pages.

The Centre for Intelligent Machines (CIM), McGill University, was of?cially c- ated on November13th, 1985,upon approvalby the University Senate. The mission of the centre is, since its inception, to excel in the ?eld of intelligent systems, stressing basic research, technology development and education. Intelligent - chines are understood,along these lines, as systems capable of adapting their go- oriented behavior by sensing and interpreting their environment, making decisions and plans, and then carrying out those plans using physical actions. Research - tivities of interest to CIM include robot design, mechanical system dynamics, robot control,computervision,visualperception,medicalimaging,haptics,systemtheory and applications, and virtual environments.These ?elds can be succinctly described by the title of the international symposium recorded in this book,Brain,Bodyand Machine (BBM). CIMs objectof research is thusre?ected in the book,wherereaderswill ?nd that most papers cover at least two of the three main thrusts. Papers re?ect the state-- the-artofthemultidisciplineofintelligentmachines,nowadayshighlydiversi?ed.A broad spectrum of applications is covered, from humanoid robots and autonomous planetary rovers, to innovative procedures and systems for shape-reproduction and on to systems or devices for medical diagnosis. Applications are all geared to one commongoal,a better quality of life for highlychallengedpatients or simply for the healthy individual. Methods to face the challenges include not only sophisticated deterministic algorithms, but also their heuristic counterparts, at the roots of what is known assoftcomputing.