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YOU DON'T NEED ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO LEARN ROBOTICS!
Now anyone with an interest in robotics can gain a deeper understanding -- without formal training, unlimited time, or a genius IQ. In Robotics Demystified, expert robot builder and author Edwin Wise provides an effective and totally painless way to learn about the technologies used to build robots!
With Robotics Demystified, you master the subject one simple step at a time -- at your own speed. This unique self-teaching guide offers problems at the end of each chapter to reinforce what you have learned.
This fast and entertaining self-teaching course makes if fun and easy to learn about robots. Get ready to:
So if you're looking for an enjoyable route into robotics, let Robotics Demystified be your shortcut!
Edwin Wise is a software engineer with twenty-five years of experience. His expertise and interests range from electronics and microcontrollers to software development, AI, and robotics. He is the author of McGraw-Hill's Hands-On AI with Java as well as Applied Robotics II and Animatronics: A Guide to Animated Holiday Displays, published by Delmar Learning. He lives in Austin, Texas.
Required text for my husband's robotics class. The author desperately needs an editor, and someone to check to see that his writing actually makes sense. Read morePublished 13 months ago by duckfoot platypus
This could be a "for dummies" book its so simple and easy to understand! The author is fun and personalities in his interaction with the reader. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Cole
Had to buy this for one of my classes. It is pretty nice to be able to learn how basic robots function and how it all works. Some parts are pretty much like-uh duh. Read morePublished on May 9, 2013 by David McNamee
You guessed it, I only bought this book because I needed it for my robotics class. It came like promised and there was nothing wrong with it. I can totally resell it afterwards.Published on October 28, 2012 by emil
Thoroughly disappointed by this book, hard to believe McGraw-Hill's name is on it. What little practical information it contains is organized and prioritized poorly. Read morePublished on January 30, 2010 by edorff