New book: "ROS Robot Programming" in Japanese

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From Yoonseok Pyo

I am pleased to announce a new book "ROS Robot Programming", which was released by Kurazume Laboratory (http://robotics.ait.kyushu-u.ac.jp/index-e.html). It was designed to ease the learning curve for new Japanese ROS users. We hope to bring up new ROS contributors in Japanese. Also, to help ensure that the book is broadly useful to the community, electronic copies (PDF files) are available for free from the following website.


This book is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC). Also, the contents, figures, source code of this books have published all on the next Github repository. If you find a bug in the book or code, please report it here. :)


The contents of this book is as follows:
1. ROS, Robot Operating System
2. Installing the ROS in Desktop PC
3. ROS Terms, Communication, File and Build System, Build and Running
4. ROS Commands
5. ROS Tool (RViz, rqt)
6. ROS Basic Programming (Message, Topic, Service, Parameter)
7. How to Use the Package
8. How to Use the Sensors on ROS
9. How to Use the Mobile Robot (Kobuki) and Simulation
10. SLAM and Navigation
11. Robot Arm (Dynamixel Servo, MoveIt!)

Total pages: 340

More information about this book can be found on ROS wiki page.

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