International Journal of Robotics and Automation
First published in 1986, the International Journal of Robotics and Automation was one of the inaugural publications in the field of robotics. This journal covers contemporary developments in theory, design, and applications focused on all areas of robotics and automation systems, including new methods of machine learning, pattern recognition, biologically inspired evolutionary algorithms, fuzzy and neural networks in robotics and automation systems, computer vision, autonomous robots, human-robot interaction, microrobotics, medical robotics, mobile robots, biomechantronic systems, autonomous design of robotic systems, sensors, communication, and signal processing.
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