DD3361 Behaviour Based Robotics 7.5 credits
Behaviour Based Robotics
This course deals with different aspects of real world mobile robotics and studies systems oriented behavior modeling and generation in realistic scenarios. An important part of the course is an implementation of a robotics system or part thereof and the testing and evaluation of it.
Educational levelThird cycle
Academic level (A-D)D
Grade scaleP, F
At present this course is not scheduled to be offered.
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:
- appreciate the complexity of a real world robotics systems,
- plan, design, implement and evaluate a real world robotics system,
- show increased knowledge regarding the choice of algorithms and sensors for certain robotics tasks,
- report your results orally and in writing, professionally,
- obtain and evaluate information applicable for carrying out the tasks.
Course main content
The exact content of the course depends on the students taking the course but the overall aim of the course is to make the students work with real mobile robots and study different aspects of their behavior as a result of the sensors and algorithm being used.
PhD students in computer science or other robotics related subject. Please consult your PhD supervisor before taking the course.
Programming in JAVA or C/C++.
Announced at least 4 weeks before the course starts on the course webpage. The course was created around the book “Behavior-Based robotics” by Ronald C. Arkin but today a wider view on the concept of robotics behavior modeling is used.
- LAB1 - Laboration Work, 7.5 credits, grade scale: P, F
Patric Jensfelt, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patric Jensfelt <email@example.com>
DD3361 Topics in Robotics.
Course plan valid from:
Examination information valid from: Autumn 07.