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Intro to biomechatronics, Part 1

11/25/2011 06:50 PM EST
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krisi
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krisi   12/5/2011 6:34:13 PM
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Sounds cool...expected to be released Dec 15 http://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Biomechatronics-Graham-Brooker/dp/1891121278/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1323109981&sr=8-7

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_hm   11/28/2011 2:34:13 AM
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Thnaks for very interesting book and highlighting new challenges of all branches of science.

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JanineLove   11/27/2011 2:56:29 PM
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Hi all, the clips from Chapter 5 are up: http://www.eetimes.com/design/microwave-rf-design/4230900/Intro-to-biomechatronics--Part-2?Ecosystem=microwave-rf-design

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Robotics Developer   11/27/2011 3:14:37 AM
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I am looking forward to seeing the book and reading as many chapters as will be posted. Maybe I can get my employer to buy a copy of the book for the engineering library. Hope so..

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wilber_xbox   11/26/2011 10:26:34 AM
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WOW! i am excited to read the chapters? For which level are they planning this book? I hope that its not too complicated to read for people from other engineering streams.

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agk   11/26/2011 8:04:47 AM
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Actuators,Artificial hearts,GPS based systems,Bone conduction devices are new topics. As a whole a book to be read.

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EREBUS0   11/25/2011 9:35:05 PM
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Very interesting. It looks like this new book could provide a lot of useful information to the engineering community.

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