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By H. Unbehauen (auth.), Dobrivoje Popović (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3528063408

ISBN-13: 9783528063405

This publication is an consequence of a 2-days Workshop on Automation Engineering held in Salzhausen (near Hamburg), F.R. Germany. The Workshop is every year organ­ ized by means of the Institute of Automation expertise and the Institute of utilized and actual Chemistry of the collage of Bremen. it really is on a regular basis joined by means of 30 to forty individuals representing the educating and reserarch employees of either Institutes, as weIl as a few invited colleagues from different universities and the nearby undefined. frequently 15/20 chosen contributions, grouped in technical periods (system modelling and identity, keep an eye on structures layout, laptop and smooth­ ware, knowledge-based platforms, robotics etc.), are awarded on the Workshop, wherein the invited site visitors ideally current survey papers on present difficulties of contemporary platforms engineering. For this booklet, 22 papers, contributed to the final Workshops, are chosen and grouped into 6 Chapters. The Chapters replicate the technical classes indexed above and provides a regular view on present examine actions at either Institutes of the college. it truly is anticipated that the ebook will end up as an invaluable connection with the scientists and training engineers within the sector of devel­ opment and alertness of tools of recent platforms engineering in processing and the robotics.

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