CS 4631 Intelligent Robotics and Perception, Spring 2004



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CLASS TIME & LOCATION:
Class: 13:35-14:35 TTH in IC 109
Lab: 24/7 CCB 104

INSTRUCTOR:
Tucker Balch
CRB 311
tucker@cc.gatech.edu
Office hours: TBD

TA:
Eric Martinson ebeowulf@cc.gatech.edu
Office hours: TBD

LAB TEAM:
Victor Kovalev (lab monitor)
Keith O'Hara
Matt Powers
Bart Presnell
Ram Ravichandran
Alan Wagner
Teams

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course provides an introduction to the key AI and intelligent systems issues involved in autonomous robot development. It is a "hands-on" class requiring the students to develop and evaluate their own robot control systems. We will survey the inspiration and motivation for autonomous robot systems, the unique challenges in this field and the wide range of solutions developed thus far. This course is appropriate for graduate and advanced undergraduate students with strong programming skills.

PREREQUISITE:
Strong programming skills.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

EVALUATION:

Grading will be based on projects and tests as follows as follows:

TOPICS TO BE COVERED:


Student survey results from Spring 2003