- [2010-10-28] New tutorial available
Hello RTSS users. I'm just informing you that a new tutorial, based on a collection Read More…
- [2009-09-20] Release 1.0.0b1 is out!
Dear RTSS users, it took longer than expected, but a new release of RTSS is finally Read More…
- [2009-04-13] Working environments for RTSS: A summary
Dear RTSS users, in the last months, a lot of things have changed within the Scilab Read More…
RTSS is free software, and is released under the GNU General Public License.
The layout of this web-site is copyrighted by Matteo Morelli, and is released under the GNU General Public License.
I, the author, wish to thanks Professor Peter I. Corke, who kindly allowed me to modify part of his work and redistribute it under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
I want also to thanks my supervisor, Professor Antonio Bicchi, for his endless patience, support and guidance.
Special thanks go to those who assisted me in the development of the Robotics Palette, notably Roberto Bucher, Paolo Gai and Simone Mannori, who spent long hours in discussions about code generation and provided valuable information, ideas and assistance during the testing. I am also indebted to Alan Layec and Ramine Nikoukhah whose observations and in-depth explainations of the Scicos formalism helped me to fix several bugs and clarify my knowledge of Scicos at a great number of points.
Finally, I would like to thanks all the people in the Scilab Newsgroup, who generously helped me in all my efforts with helpful suggestions and comments, especially Allan Cornet, Enrico Segre, Serge Steer and Francois Vogel.