Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio (MRDS) offers an exciting new wayto program robots in the Windows environment. With key portions of the MRDS code available in source form, it is readily extensible and offers numerous opportunities for programmers and hobbyists. This comprehensive book illustrates creative ways to use the tools and libraries in MRDS so you can start building innovative new robotics applications.
Table of Contents
Part I: Robotics Developer Studio Fundamentals.
Chapter 1: Exploring Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio.
Chapter 2: Concurrency and Coordination Runtime (CCR).
Chapter 3: Decentralized Software Services (DSS).
Chapter 4: Advanced Service Concepts.
Part II: Simulations.
Chapter 5: The MRDS Visual Simulation Environment.
Chapter 6: Extending the MRDS Visual Simulation Environment.
Chapter 7: Using Orchestration Services to Build a Simulation Scenario.
Chapter 8: Simulating Articulated Entities.
Chapter 9: Adventures in Simulation.
Part III: Visual Programming Language.
Chapter 10: Microsoft Visual Programming Language Basics.
Chapter 11: Visually Programming Robots.
Chapter 12: Visual Programming Examples.
Part IV: Robotics Hardware.
Chapter 13: Using MRDS with Robotics Hardware.
Chapter 14: Remotely Controlling a Mobile Robot.
Chapter 15: Using a Robotic Arm.
Chapter 16: Autonomous Robots.
Chapter 17: Writing New Hardware Services.
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