Chapter 1, Getting Started with ROS, covers the installation of ROS on various platforms, including desktop systems, virtual machines, Linux containers, and ARM-based embedded boards.
Chapter 2, ROS Architecture and Concepts – I, explains the core concepts of ROS and how to work with the ROS framework.
Chapter 3, ROS Architecture and Concepts – II, discusses the advanced concepts of ROS, such as parameter serve, actionlib, pluginlib, nodelets, and Transform Frame (TF).
Chapter 4, ROS Visualization and Debugging Tools, discusses the various debugging and visualization tools available in ROS, such as gdb, valgrind, rviz, rqt, and rosbag.
Chapter 5, Accessing Sensors and Actuators through ROS, discusses interfacing hardware ...