TITLE

History Of Mechanism And Machine Science

ISSN

1875-3426

ISSN ELECTRONIC

1875-3442

CATEGORY

Engineering

DESCRIPTION

<p>This bookseries establishes a well defined forum for Monographs and Proceedings on the History of Mechanism and Machine Science (MMS). The series publishes works that give an overview of the historical developments, from the earliest times up to and including the recent past, of MMS in all its technical aspects.</p> <p>This technical approach is an essential characteristic of the series. By discussing technical details and formulations and even reformulating those in terms of modern formalisms the possibility is created not only to track the historical technical developments but also to use past experiences in technical teaching and research today. In order to do so, the emphasis must be on technical aspects rather than a purely historical focus, although the latter has its place too.</p> <p>Furthermore, the series will consider the republication of out-of-print older works with English translation and comments.</p> <p>The book series is intended to collect technical views on historical developments of the broad field of MMS in a unique frame that can be seen in its totality as an Encyclopaedia of the History of MMS but with the additional purpose of archiving and teaching the History of MMS. Therefore the book series is intended not only for researchers of the History of Engineering but also for professionals and students who are interested in obtaining a clear perspective of the past for their future technical works. The books will be written in general by engineers but not only for engineers.</p><p></p> <p>Prospective authors and editors can contact the Series Editor, Professor M. Ceccarelli, about future publications within the series at: </p> <p>LARM: Laboratory of Robotics and &nbsp;Mechatronics <br>DiMSAT - University of Cassino <br>Via Di Biasio 43, 03043 Cassino (Fr) <br>Italy <br>email: ceccarelli@unicas.it</p><strong> <p>Alternatively,&nbsp;contact Nathalie Jacobs, Publishing Editor, Springer (Dordrecht), e-mail: </p></strong>Nathalie.Jacobs@springer.com<p></p>Indexed by SCOPUS, Google Scholar and SpringerLink.<br><p></p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

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