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" Robotics The problem of controlling the physical actions of a mobile robot might not seem to require much intelligence. Even small children are able to navigate successfully through their environment and to manipulate items, such as light switches, toy... "
Machine Intelligence and Robotics: Report of the NASA Study Group : Final Report - Page 339
by NASA Study Group on Machine Intelligence and Robotics - 1980 - 400 pages
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Intelligent Control: Principles, Techniques and Applications

Zi-Xing Cai - Technology & Engineering - 1997 - 450 pages
...been developed for land mobile vehicles, space and underwater explorations, and industrial purpose. The problem of controlling the physical actions of...manipulate items such as light switches, toy blocks, and eating utensils, etc. However, these same tasks — performed almost unconsciously by human —...
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Information Systems and Technology for the Noninformation Systems Executive ...

Jae K. Shim - Business & Economics - 2000 - 296 pages
...other situations where it would be unsafe or unhealthy for a human to perform the same task. The major problem of controlling the physical actions of a mobile...intelligence. Even small children are able to navigate within their environment and to manipulate items, as in playing with toys, using spoons, and turning...
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