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CSE525

Course CSE525
Title Introduction to Robotics
Description

This course introduces fundamental concepts in Robotics. Basic concepts discussed will include: coordinate transformation, kinematics, dynamics, Laplace transforms, equations of motion, feedback and feedforward control, and trajectory planning. These topics will be exemplified with Matlab/Simulink simulation studies. The second half of the course will focus on applying the knowledge from the initial lectures to various motor systems, including manipulators, artificial eye systems, locomotory systems, and mobile robotics. This course is intended for graduate students with interests in Robotics, Visual Computing, AI. Advanced undergraduates with a demonstrated interesting Robotics are also welcome.

Prerequisite Admission to CSE Graduate Program; Instructor's Permission.
Credits 3 - credits
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