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Course Name
Turkish Robotik
English Robotics
Course Code
BLG 456E Credit Lecture
Semester 7
2 2 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Damıen Jade Duff
Course Objectives An exploration of robot technologies.

1.To provide information on robots, their components and applications,
2.To provide mechanical design of robots and give an ability to solve kinematic calculations,
3.To give an ability to design the main control architecture, localization, mapping, path planning and vision algorithms of a robot system.
Course Description An exploration of robot technologies and an introduction to the problems and techniques of robotics from the perspective of a computer engineer. Introduces different types, components and applications of robots. Studies mechanical designs and different sensors. Presents control architectures of robots, localization, mapping, path planning and robot
vision algorithms.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to:
1.Have a broad perspective in robot types, components and applications,
2.Determine the most appropriate robot type for a real-world problem,
3.Solve kinematic calculations of mobile robots,
4.Determine and implement the main control architecture of a robot system,
5.Determine and implement the most appropriate localization, mapping, path planning and vision
6.Add high level planning and learning capabilities to robots, and
7.Design the required components for a multirobot system
Pre-requisite(s) C++ programming, basic linear algebra, vector maths, geometry, calculus.
Required Facilities
Other Some projects from 2016 Fall semester:







Textbook Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots
Roland Siegwart and Illah Nourbakhsh, The MIT Press, 2004
Other References Springer Handbook of Robotics
Bruno Siciliano and Oussama Khatib, Springer, 2008

Computational Principles of Mobile Robotics,Gregory Dudek and Michael Jenkin, Cambridge University Press; 2nd edition, 2010

Planning Algorithms
Steven LaValle, Cambridge University Press, 2006
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