Digital archive 1983-1996
The Robotica Digital Archive is a repository of every single article published in the journal between 1983 and 1996.
The archive houses over 6,900 pages of content, reproduced as high-resolution, searchable PDFs. It marks the complete digitisation of the journal, with all material available through Cambridge Core.
The archive contains approximately 1480 articles from the journal's first 14 volumes - 66 issues in total.
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Robotica is a forum for the multidisciplinary subject of robotics and encourages developments, applications and research in this important field of automation and robotics with regard to industry, health, education and economic and social aspects of relevance. Coverage includes activities in hostile environments, applications in the service and manufacturing industries, biological robotics, dynamics and kinematics involved in robot design and uses, on-line robots, robot task planning, rehabilitation robotics, sensory perception, software in the widest sense, particularly in respect of programming languages and links with CAD/CAM systems, telerobotics and various other areas. In addition, interest is focused on various Artificial Intelligence topics of theoretical and practical interest. Emphasis is placed on sound theory and realistic applications of robotics and AI in the general field of automation.