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Archive: Autonomous Mobile Robotics 2010

Exam Questions 2010   (updated on August 2 2010)

Lecture program 2010

2010 lecture slides

1: Introduction
Lecture of 22 Feb. 2010
2: Locomotion concepts Lecture of 22 Feb. 2010
3: Mobile Robot Kinematics
Lecture of 01 Mar. 2010
4a: Perception - Sensors
Lecture of 08 Mar. 2010
4b: Perception - Uncertainty - Line Features (sup. material)
Lecture of 15 Mar. 2010
4c: Perception - Vision - Part I
Lecture of 22 Mar. 2010
4d: Perception - Vision - Part II Lecture of 29 Mar. 2010
5a: Intro to Localization & odometry error model
Lecture of 12 Apr. 2010
5b: Probabilistic Map based localization and Markov localization
5c: Kalman filter localization (see book, section 5.6.8)
Lecture of 26 Apr. 2010 from 14:00 to 18:00
5d: Simultaneous Localization and Mapping
Lecture of 17 May 2010
6: Path planning and navigation (sup. material)
Lecture of 10 May 2010

 

Exercise files

Exercise 2: Motion control of a differentially driven robot; Matlab and Lego robot

Exercise2.pdf
Matlab files
BluetoothSetup.pdf

Solution


Exercise 3: How to build a range finder using an omnidirectional camera

Exercise3.pdf
Matlab files
Omnicam Camera Driver

Exercise 4: Probabilistic Pose Estimation Based on Topological Map

Exercise4.pdf
Matlab files

Free color picker

Exercise 5: Particle Filter Based Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM)

Exercise5.pdf

Logger

A Log example

Matlab files

Exercise 6: Obstacle avoidance based on local grid on Matlab and Lego robot

Exercise6.pdf
Matlab files

(OLD) Lecture slides year 2007

(OLD) Lecture slides year 2008

 

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