The Gospel According to St. Mark

Book The Gospel According to St. Mark
Book Title
The Gospel According to St. Mark
Publisher
Wipf and Stock Publishers
Author
Henry Barclay Swete
ISBN
1597526401
Pages
528
Publish Date
2006-04-14

Robots and Screw Theory

Book Robots and Screw Theory
Book Title
Robots and Screw Theory
Publisher
Oxford University Press on Demand
Author
Joseph K. Davidson,Kenneth Henderson Hunt
ISBN
0198562454
Pages
458
Publish Date
2004

This book describes the mathematical foundations, especially geometric, underlying the motions and force-transfers in robots. The principles developed can be applied to both control of robots and the design of their major moving parts. Comprehensive coverage of the screw and its geometry bridges the gap between screw theory and traditional mechanics but no prior knowledge of screw theory is assumed. The reader is introduced to the screw with a simple planar example and progresses to robots that move three-dimensionally. Containing many illustrative examples, over 300 exercises, and a chapter list of references it is ideal for graduate students, researchers and professionals in the field of robotics, robot design and development.

Priscianus Ephebus: or a more ... copious explanation of the rules of syntax: heretofore ... printed under the name of Priscianus Nascens, offering certain rules directing to a more facile ... way of translating English into Latin, or Latin into English, than hitherto hath been given ... With divers necessary indexes ...; one of them being a parallel of the rules of this book, with the rules of Lilies grammar, etc. (A dictionary Latine and English, etc.).

Book Priscianus Ephebus: or a more ... copious explanation of the rules of syntax: heretofore ... printed under the name of Priscianus Nascens, offering certain rules directing to a more facile ... way of translating English into Latin, or Latin into English, than hitherto hath been given ... With divers necessary indexes ...; one of them being a parallel of the rules of this book, with the rules of Lilies grammar, etc. (A dictionary Latine and English, etc.).
Book Title
Priscianus Ephebus: or a more ... copious explanation of the rules of syntax: heretofore ... printed under the name of Priscianus Nascens, offering certain rules directing to a more facile ... way of translating English into Latin, or Latin into English, than hitherto hath been given ... With divers necessary indexes ...; one of them being a parallel of the rules of this book, with the rules of Lilies grammar, etc. (A dictionary Latine and English, etc.).
Publisher
Author
Anthony Huish
ISBN
Pages
N.A
Publish Date
1668

Fundamentals of Manipulator Calibration

Book Fundamentals of Manipulator Calibration
Book Title
Fundamentals of Manipulator Calibration
Publisher
Wiley-Interscience
Author
Benjamin W. Mooring,Zvi S. Roth,Morris R. Driels
ISBN
Pages
329
Publish Date
1991-03-19

Describes the details of the calibration process step-by-step, covering systems modeling, measurement, identification, correction and performance evaluation. Calibration techniques are presented with an explanation of how they interact with each other as they are modified. Shows the reader how to determine if, in fact, a robot problem is a calibration problem and then how to analyze it.

Modern Robotics

Book Modern Robotics
Book Title
Modern Robotics
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Author
Kevin M. Lynch,Frank C. Park
ISBN
1107156300
Pages
544
Publish Date
2017-05-25

A modern and unified treatment of the mechanics, planning, and control of robots, suitable for a first course in robotics.

An Irish-English Dictionary ...

Book An Irish-English Dictionary ...
Book Title
An Irish-English Dictionary ...
Publisher
Author
Edward O'Reilly
ISBN
Pages
725
Publish Date
1864

An Irish-English dictionary : with copious quotations from the most esteemed ancient and modern writers, to elucidate the meaning of obscure words, and numerous comparisons of Irish words with those of similar orthography, sense, or sound in the Welsh and Hebrew languages. With a supplement by John O'Donovan.

Latin Dictionary

Book Latin Dictionary
Book Title
Latin Dictionary
Publisher
Author
Robert Ainsworth,Alexander Jamieson
ISBN
Pages
N.A
Publish Date
1828

Public Opinion

Book Public Opinion
Book Title
Public Opinion
Publisher
Author
N.A
ISBN
Pages
N.A
Publish Date
1893

The Examiner

Book The Examiner
Book Title
The Examiner
Publisher
Author
N.A
ISBN
Pages
N.A
Publish Date
1854

The 71F Advantage

Book The 71F Advantage
Book Title
The 71F Advantage
Publisher
NDU Press
Author
National Defense University Press
ISBN
1907521658
Pages
548
Publish Date
2010-09-01

Includes a foreword by Major General David A. Rubenstein. From the editor: "71F, or "71 Foxtrot," is the AOC (area of concentration) code assigned by the U.S. Army to the specialty of Research Psychology. Qualifying as an Army research psychologist requires, first of all, a Ph.D. from a research (not clinical) intensive graduate psychology program. Due to their advanced education, research psychologists receive a direct commission as Army officers in the Medical Service Corps at the rank of captain. In terms of numbers, the 71F AOC is a small one, with only 25 to 30 officers serving in any given year. However, the 71F impact is much bigger than this small cadre suggests. Army research psychologists apply their extensive training and expertise in the science of psychology and social behavior toward understanding, preserving, and enhancing the health, well being, morale, and performance of Soldiers and military families. As is clear throughout the pages of this book, they do this in many ways and in many areas, but always with a scientific approach. This is the 71F advantage: applying the science of psychology to understand the human dimension, and developing programs, policies, and products to benefit the person in military operations. This book grew out of the April 2008 biennial conference of U.S. Army Research Psychologists, held in Bethesda, Maryland. This meeting was to be my last as Consultant to the Surgeon General for Research Psychology, and I thought it would be a good idea to publish proceedings, which had not been done before. As Consultant, I'd often wished for such a document to help explain to people what it is that Army Research Psychologists "do for a living." In addition to our core group of 71Fs, at the Bethesda 2008 meeting we had several brand-new members, and a number of distinguished retirees, the "grey-beards" of the 71F clan. Together with longtime 71F colleagues Ross Pastel and Mark Vaitkus, I also saw an unusual opportunity to capture some of the history of the Army Research Psychology specialty while providing a representative sample of current 71F research and activities. It seemed to us especially important to do this at a time when the operational demands on the Army and the total force were reaching unprecedented levels, with no sign of easing, and with the Army in turn relying more heavily on research psychology to inform its programs for protecting the health, well being, and performance of Soldiers and their families."