MIT Press, MA 1979, second printing 1982; 486 pages, Index, illustrations, photos.
Condition: Very Good, green hardcover in Very Good dustjacket and clear acetate glassine jacket protector; ex-corporate library, with pocket and rubberstamp on front pastedowns. Jacket has some edgewear and closed tears; binding is sound, pages clean and unmarked.
Item DescriptionArtificial Intelligence -- An MIT Perspective -- Volume 2 -- Understanding Vision; Manipulation; Computer Design; Symbol Manipulation
CONTENTS of volume 2 -- Understanding Vision -- Representing and Computing Visual Information (David Marr); Visual Detection of Light Sources (Shimon Ullman); Representing & Analyzing Surface Orientation (Stevens); Registering Real Images Using Synthetic Images (Horn & Bachman); Analyzing Curved Surfaces Using Reflectance Map Techniques (WOodham); Analysis of Scenes from a Moving Viewpoint (Lavin);
Manipulation & Productivity Technology -- Force Feedback in Precise Assembly Tasks (Inoue); A Language for Automatic Mechanical Assembly (Lozano-Perez); Kinematics, Statics and Dynamics of Two-dimensional Manipulators (Horn); Understanding Manipulator Control by Synthesizing Human Handwriting (Hollerbach);
Computer Design and Symbol Manipulation -- The LISP Machine (Bawden, Greenblatt, Holloway, Knight, Moon and Weinreb); Shallow Binding in LISP 1.5 (Baker); Optimizing Allocation and Garbage Collection of Spaces (Baker); Compiler Optimization based on Viewing LAMBDA as RENAME Plus GOTO (Steele); Control Structure as Patterns of Passing Messages (Hewitt); Index.