Liquid phase synthesis of multifunctional nanomaterials: current scenario and future possibility.- Design and engineering of nanomaterials: Important parameters for safe utilization in biomedical applications.- Design and synthesis of magnetic core-shell nanoparticles for biomedical applications.- Developments of nanoparticle based combined magnetic and photo-induced hyperthermia for cancer treatment.- Ferrite based related superparamagnetic nanoparticles for the MRI cancer diagnostic and therapy.- Superparamagnetic composite based GO/rGO for the multimode biomedical applications.- Crystalline nanomaterials for therapeutics: synthesis, design, properties, and importance in in-vivo applications.- Bio-interactions of hybrid nanostructures: major challenges and solution.- Pharmacokinetics, distribution and clearance of gold-iron oxide hybrid nanostructures in animal models.- Toxicity evaluation of hybrid based nanostructures for safe utilization in biomedical industry.- Bio-transformations and recycling of multifunctional nanostructures in the body.- Diagnostics, imaging and therapy based on photo-activated based magnetic nanoparticles.- Preclinical characterization of nanomaterials planned for cancer therapeutics.- Hybrid Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Classification and Clinical requirements for cancer detection and treatment.- Magnetic-fluorescent hybrid nanostructures for effective biomedical imaging.
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This book contains most updated information on synthesis of magnetic nanohybrids, their physio-chemical properties, and key biological applications. It highlights the complexity of nanoheterostructures, especially magnetic metal oxides, ferrites and doped magnetic nanomaterials, and discusses their potential applications in the early detection, imaging and treatment of cancer. It also covers the toxicity and risk assessment of multifunctional nanomaterials. Providing an overview of magnetic nanoheterostructures, it appeals to a wide audience, from beginners and graduate-level students to experts in academia and industry. . (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book — 1 online resource (XIX, 190 pages) : 61 illustrations, 47 illustrations in color Digital: text file; PDF.
Part I Global Robot Path Planning
Introduction to Mobile Robot Path Planning
Background on Artificial Intelligence Algorithms for Global Path Planning
Design and Evaluation of Intelligent Global Path Planning Algorithms 4.
Integration of Global Path Planners in ROS
Robot Path Planning using Cloud Computing for Large Grid Maps
Part II Multi-Robot Task Allocation
General Background on Multi-Robot Task Allocation
Different Approaches to Solve the MRTA Problem
Performance Analysis of the MRTA Approaches for Autonomous Mobile Robot .
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This book presents extensive research on two main problems in robotics: the path planning problem and the multi-robot task allocation problem. It is the first book to provide a comprehensive solution for using these techniques in large-scale environments containing randomly scattered obstacles. The research conducted resulted in tangible results both in theory and in practice. For path planning, new algorithms for large-scale problems are devised and implemented and integrated into the Robot Operating System (ROS). The book also discusses the parallelism advantage of cloud computing techniques to solve the path planning problem, and, for multi-robot task allocation, it addresses the task assignment problem and the multiple traveling salesman problem for mobile robots applications. In addition, four new algorithms have been devised to investigate the cooperation issues with extensive simulations and comparative performance evaluation. The algorithms are implemented and simulated in MATLAB and Webots. (source: Nielsen Book Data)