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CS 582 - Computational Robotics

Course Description: 

Covers basic algorithms and techniques used in Computational Robotics, to give the student a good basis for work in this highly relevant field. Topics include: Locomotion, Non-visual sensors and algorithms, Uncertainty modeling, data fusion, State space models, Kalman filtering, Visual sensor, Sampling theory, Image features, Depth reconstruction, Multiple view geometry, Ego-motion, Active vision, Reasoning, Spatial decomposition, Geometric representations, Topological representations, Path planning, Spatial uncertainty, Active control, Pose maintenance, Dead reckoning, Correlation-based localization, Sensorial maps, Task planning and task interference, Multi-agent coordination.

Credit: 

(3-0-3)

Prerequisite: 

[(CS 430 with min. grade of C)]

Corequisite: 

None

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