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Introduction to Robotics: Analysis, Control, Applications by Saeed B. Niku

Introduction to Robotics: Analysis, Control, Applications by Saeed B. Niku

Robotics is a fascinating field that combines engineering, science, and technology to create machines that can perform various tasks and functions. Robotics is also an interdisciplinary field that draws from many disciplines such as mathematics, physics, computer science, artificial intelligence, and more.

Introduction To Robotics Saeed Niku Pdfrar

One of the challenges of robotics is to design robots that can operate in complex and dynamic environments, interact with humans and other robots, and adapt to changing situations and goals. To achieve this, robots need to have various components and subsystems that enable them to sense, actuate, control, communicate, and learn.

A comprehensive and accessible introduction to robotics is provided by Saeed B. Niku in his book Introduction to Robotics: Analysis, Control, Applications. The book covers the fundamentals of robotics, robot components and subsystems, and robotic applications. The book also covers the kinematics and dynamics of serial and parallel robots, both with the Denavit-Hartenberg approach as well as screw-based mechanics. In addition, the book contains information on microprocessor applications, control systems, vision systems, sensors, actuators, fuzzy logic control, and simulation of robots.

The book is intended for students of engineering as well as practicing engineers who want to learn more about robotics or design their own robots. The book is written in a clear and concise style, with many illustrative examples and homework problems. The book also includes two new chapters on screw-based mechanics and parallel robots in the third edition.

The book can be found online at Google Books or at Wiley.The book is organized into 13 chapters and three appendices. The first chapter introduces the fundamentals of robotics, such as robot components, characteristics, languages, and classifications. The second chapter covers the position analysis of serial robots using the Denavit-Hartenberg methodology. The third chapter introduces the screw-based mechanics for robot kinematics and dynamics. The fourth chapter deals with the kinematics analysis of parallel robots using various methods. The fifth chapter discusses the differential motions and velocities of serial and parallel robots. The sixth chapter presents the dynamic and force analysis of serial and parallel robots using Lagrange-Euler and Newton-Euler formulations.

The seventh chapter explains the trajectory planning of serial and parallel robots using various techniques. The eighth chapter describes the motion control systems for robots using feedback and feedforward methods. The ninth chapter reviews the actuators and drive systems for robots, such as electric motors, hydraulic and pneumatic actuators, and stepper motors. The tenth chapter covers the sensors for robots, such as position, velocity, force, torque, temperature, light, and vision sensors. The eleventh chapter introduces the vision systems for robots, such as image acquisition, processing, analysis, and recognition. The twelfth chapter discusses the fuzzy logic control for robots using fuzzy sets, rules, and inference methods. The thirteenth chapter illustrates the simulation of robots using MATLAB and Simulink.

The appendices provide a review of matrix algebra, image acquisition, and root locus and Bode plots. The book also includes a glossary of terms, a list of symbols, a bibliography, and an index. 29c81ba772


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