Emerging Aspects of Robotics Technology

Khan, Nauman; Ahmed, Mateen
August 2011
International Journal of Computer Applications;Aug2011, Vol. 27, p20
Academic Journal
There are high hopes that the planet will be full of robotics based computing machines. Robotics is based upon the philosophy of real time computing system that will work everywhere and new world come in place. Hard core areas which are under research in the domain of robotics is the handling with computational complexity and efficient responses to real time events for robot like machines. In this research paper computing application used in advance robotics have been presented and analyzed in a frame work of computational theory and domain of computing in general. Also the future trend that the advance robotics wills suffer is discussed.


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