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A Modular Architecture for Developing Robots for Industrial Applications

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A Modular Architecture for Developing Robots for Industrial Applications. / Faina, Andres; Orjales, Felix; Souto, Daniel; Bellas, Francisco; Duro, Richard.

Advances in Intelligent Robotics and Collaborative Automation . River Publishers, 2015.

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Harvard

Faina, A, Orjales, F, Souto, D, Bellas, F & Duro, R 2015, A Modular Architecture for Developing Robots for Industrial Applications. in Advances in Intelligent Robotics and Collaborative Automation . River Publishers.

APA

Faina, A., Orjales, F., Souto, D., Bellas, F., & Duro, R. (2015). A Modular Architecture for Developing Robots for Industrial Applications. In Advances in Intelligent Robotics and Collaborative Automation River Publishers.

Vancouver

Faina A, Orjales F, Souto D, Bellas F, Duro R. A Modular Architecture for Developing Robots for Industrial Applications. In Advances in Intelligent Robotics and Collaborative Automation . River Publishers. 2015

Author

Faina, Andres ; Orjales, Felix ; Souto, Daniel ; Bellas, Francisco ; Duro, Richard. / A Modular Architecture for Developing Robots for Industrial Applications. Advances in Intelligent Robotics and Collaborative Automation . River Publishers, 2015.

Bibtex

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