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16-362 Mobile Robot Programming Laboratory

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This course is a complete, hands-on introduction to Mobile Robot Programming. Using six Nomad Scout robots and portable computers, we will survey topics ranging from low-level control and obstacle avoidance, including PID control, to high-level navigation, planning, robot-robot communication and cooperation.

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