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Distinguished Figures in Mechanism and Machine Science: Their Contributions and Legacies, Part 3 (History of Mechanism and Machine Science) Hardcover – 11 Jun 2014


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This book is composed of chapters that focus specifically on technological developments by distinguished figures in the history of MMS (Mechanism and Machine Science).  Biographies of well-known scientists are also included to describe their efforts and experiences, and surveys of their work and achievements, and a modern interpretation of their legacy are presented.

After the first two volumes, the papers in this third volume again cover a wide range within the field of the History of Mechanical Engineering with specific focus on MMS and will be of interest and motivation to the work (historical or not) of many.

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PhD Professor, Laboratory of Robotics and Mechatronics, University of Cassino and South Latium, Cassino, Italy

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