Computer graphics, Programming languages (Electronic computers), Robots
As modern industrial robots are used more in industry, the need for qualified programmers and operators will increase. Inexpensive robots are available for use as training systems, but these robots typically lack the high level tools, such as high level, languages and graphics simulators, that are available for the industrial robots. A high level programming language and a graphics simulator were developed for one of these training robots, the Heath ET-18 Hero Robot. The programs were designed to be executed on an IBM Personal Computer. The software was developed as part of an overall system which also includes a compiler and a program for downloading software to the Hero over a serial interface.
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Bauer, Christian S.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Sizemore, Kenneth J., "A High Level Programming Language and Graphics Simulator for the Heathkit ET-18 Hero Robot" (1985). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4795.
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