Module 15267 (2019)
Module description - Intelligent Robotics (Extended)
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|Module Title||Intelligent Robotics (Extended)|
|School||School of Computer Science|
|Member of Staff||Mohan Sridharan|
|Semester||Semester 1 - 20 credits|
Approximately 27 lectures and 22 laboratory sessions
Contact Hours: 50
Artificial Intelligence is concerned with mechanisms for generating intelligent behaviour. When this behaviour occurs in the everyday physical world, with its uncertainty and rapid change, we find that all kinds of new problems and opportunities arise. In this module we will address these issues in the context of intelligent mobile robots. The lectures will teach theories of perception, estimation, prediction, decision- making, learning and control, all from the perspective of robotics. In the laboratory sessions students will implement some of these theories on real robots to see how theory can be applied in practice.
On successful completion of this module, the student should be able to:
Sessional: 2 hour examination (40%), continuous assessment (60%)