6.881 Intelligent Robot Manipulation


Graduate Level
Units:  3-0-9
Prerequisites: 6.006 and 6.041 and (18.06 or 2.087)
Instructors:  Prof.  Russ Tedrake  (russt@mit.edu)
Schedule: TR2:30-4, online instruction
This subject counts as an Artificial Intelligence concentration subject.
 Introduces the fundamental algorithmic approaches for creating robot systems that can autonomously manipulate physical objects in unstructured environments such as homes and warehouses.  Topics include robot kinematics and trajectory generation, collision-free motion planning, sensing and estimation, and planning in the presence of uncertainty.
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