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CSCI 3302. Introduction to Robotics

 

CSCI 3302 (3). Introduction to Robotics.

Introduces students to fundamental concepts in autonomous, mobile robotics: mechanisms, locomotion, kinematics, control, perception and planning. The course consists of lectures and lab sessions that are geared toward developing a complex robot controller in a realistic, physics-based multi-robot simulator. Same as ECEN 3303. Prerequisites: Two semesters of calculus, linear algebra, and statistics. Recommended: CSCI 2270 and CSCI 2824.

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Coordinator: Nikolaus Correll

CSCI 3302 (3).Introduction to Robotics
Fall 2011sec. 0103310015ICAL 11:00am-12:15pmWITLL 1B50Nikolaus Correll
  Same as ECEN 3302.
 011 Lab33101ICAL 08:30am-11:00amMECCS 112CRowan Wing
 012 Lab33102ICAL 12:30pm-03:00pmMECCS 112CRowan Wing
 
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