Logic and Programming by Michel Parent, Claude Largeaux, C. Laurgeau
  

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Logic and Programming by Michel Parent, Claude Largeaux, C. Laurgeau

In contrast to the effortless ease with which human beings control their limbs, the design of controllers for robotic manipulator arms is a detailed, meticulous business. Motors controlling the arms need to be started and stopped at just the right moment so that the performance demanded by the user may be achieved at the end of a complicated manoeuvre. And yet, the same user wishes to express the task for the robot in the simplest possible terms without reference to the minute details of control sequences that his task demands. It is the design of such inter- faces between man and machine that is the subject of trus volume. Parent and Laurgeau develop the subject in a direct and logical order. They first explain the principles of maximal effort control which not only ensure that motors are driven to provide high accuracy, but also that this should be done with the least waste of energy and in the shortest possible time. In this context, they describe the operation of pneumatic logical devices that make rapid decisions at power levels that exceed, by several orders, those that can be achieved with electronic devices. They achieve this whilst keeping the reader aware of the logical principles that are involved in the design of master control units: the devices responsible for appropriate actions being taken as a function of time.

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Format

Hardback
190 pages

Author

Michel Parent, Claude Largeaux, C. Laurgeau
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Publisher

Kluwer Academic Publishers an imprint of Kluwer Academic Publishers Group

Publication date

30th June 1984

ISBN

9780850386509


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