Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics II

By Joaquim Filipe , Jean-Louis Ferrier , Juan A. Cetto , Marina Carvalho

Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics II Cover Image

  • ISBN13: 978-1-4020-5625-3
  • 258 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: June 2, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $175.00
Buy eBook Buy Print Book Add to Wishlist
Full Description
Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics II is a collection of the best papers presented at the 2nd International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics (ICINCO). The purpose of ICINCO was to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested in the application of informatics to Control, Automation and Robotics. The research papers focused on real world applications, covering three main themes: Intelligent Control Systems, Optimization, Robotics and Automation and Signal Processing, Systems Modeling and Control. Informatics applications are pervasive in many areas of Control, Automation and Robotics. This book will be of interest to professionals working on the control and robotics area, especially those who need to maintain knowledge about current trends in development methods and applications.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Preface. Conference Committee. Invited Speakers. Invited Papers. Combining human & machine brains
  2. Practical systems in information & control; K. Warwick. Redundancy: the measurement crossing cutting
  3. edge technologies; P. Rocchi. Hybrid dynamic systems
  4. overview and discussion on verification methods; J. Zaytoon. Target localization using machine learning; M. Palaniswami et al. Part I
  5. Intelligent control systems and optimization. Model predictive control for distributed parameters systems using rbf neural networks; E. Aggelogiannaki and H. Sarimveis. Fuzzy diagnosis module based on interval fuzzy logic: oil analysis application; A. Sala et al. Deriving behavior from goal structure for the intelligent control of physical systems; R. Dapoigny. Evolutionary computation for discrete and continuous time optimal control problems; Y. Crispin. Contributors to a signal from an artificial contrast; J. Hu et al. Real
  6. time time
  7. optimal control for a nonlinear container crane using a neural network; T.J.J. van den Boom et al. Part 2
  8. Robotics and automation. Image
  9. based and intrinsic
  10. free visual navigation of a mobile robot defined as a global visual servoing task; C. Pérez et al. Synthesizing deterministic controllers in supervisory control; A. Morgenstern and K. Schneider. An uncalibrated approach to track trajectories using visual
  11. force control; J. Pomares et al. A Strategy for building topological maps through scene observation; R. Freitas et al. A Switching algorithm for tracking extended targets; A. Kräussling et al. Sfm for planar scenes: a direct and robust approach; F. Dornaika and A.D. Sappa. Combining two methods to accurately estimate dense disparity maps; A. Salgado and J. Sánchez. Precise dead
  12. reckoning for mobile robots using multiple optical mousesensors; D. Sekimori and F. Miyazaki. Image binarisation using the extended kalman filter; A. Bartolo et al. Lower limb prosthesis: final prototype release and control setting methodologies; V. Federico et al. Direct gradient
  13. based reinforcement learning for robot behavior learning; A. El
  14. Fakdi et al. Part 3
  15. Signal processing, systems modeling and control. Performance analysis of timed event graphs with multipliers using (min, +) algebra; S. Hamaci et al. Modeling of motor neuronal structures via transcranial magnetic stimulation; G. d'Aloja et al. Analysis and synthesis of digital structure by matrix method; B. Psenicka et al. Ann
  16. based multiple dimension predictor for ship route prediction; T. Tang et al. A parameterized polyhedra approach for the explicit robust model predictive control; S. Olaru and D. Dumur. A new hierarchical control scheme for a class of cyclically repeated discrete
  17. event systems; D. Li et al. Wavelet transform moments for feature extraction from temporal signals; I. Rodriguez Carreño and M. Vuskovic. Author Index.
Errata

Please Login to submit errata.

No errata are currently published