Lecture is held in Rm. 336 MEB, Monday and Wednesday at 10:00-11:50
H. Choset, K. M. Lynch, S. Hutchinson,
G. Kantor, W. Burgard, L. E. Kavraki and S. Thrun,
Principles of Robot Motion: Theory, Algorithms, and Implementations,
MIT Press, Boston, 2005.
|Final (noncumulative) Examination||20%|
For this course, you are required to create a
web page on which you will display your homework assignments. This
page should contain a link to each homework's solution The page for an individual assignment should include a
demo of the working program (e.g., gif files, animations), links to source code for your programs (including any
necessary makefiles), and a brief explanation of your approach.
For this course, you will be required to propose and implement a robot
motion planning project. Project proposals
will be due at mid-semester (deadlines will be announced soon). As with your homework, you will create a web
page for your project, and it is this web page that will be graded.
In this course, you are encouraged to use software
resources that are available in the public domain. Some
sites that you may find useful are listed below.