CSC375H5 • Algorithmic Intelligence in Robotics

Description

Robots of the future will need to operate autonomously in unstructured and unseen environments. It is imperative that these systems are built on intelligent and adaptive algorithms. This course will introduce fundamental algorithmic approaches for building an intelligent robot system that can autonomously operate in unstructured environments such as homes and warehouses. This course introduces the broad philosophy of “Sense-Plan-Act”, and covers algorithms in each of these areas -- how should the robot perceive the world, how to make long term decisions and how to perform closed-loop control of articulated robots.

Prerequisites
Enrolment Limits
Priority is given to students enrolled in Computer Science Specialist, Information Security Specialist, Bioinformatics Specialist or Computer Science Major programs.
Distribution Requirement
Science
Total Instructional Hours
24L/24P
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Computer Science