The Annual Review of Control, Robotics, and Autonomous Systems highlights the theoretical and applied studies on top of things and robotics that drive and enrich the engineering of autonomous structures. This new magazine is the first to cover the extensive fields of manipulating and robotics and their essential roles within the more and more crucial region of independent systems.
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-Dr. Naomi Ehrich Leonard, Editor
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