Siwei Tang (Lecture TA)
Jifei Xu (Lab TA)
Xinke Deng (Lab TA)
Kevin Meier (Lab TA)
Lectures will be held in Room 1015 of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Building, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12:30-2:00pm.
Labs are held in ECEB 3071.
Robot Modeling and Control
Mark W. Spong, Seth Hutchinson, M. Vidyasagar,
John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2005
Students taking this course should have some background in linear
algebra, as well as programming experience (C++ is best).
The official prerequisite for the course is:
|Midterm Examination 1:||20%|
|Midterm Examination 2:||20%|
|These days, cheating is remarkably easy. Using today's search engines, one can likely find answers to most any question that might be asked in this course. When discussing your homework with fellow students, it can be tempting to copy their work, and to include it in your submitted assignments. You should resist the temptation to do such things. In this class, we will adopt a strict policy on cheating: Any student determined to have cheated on any homework assignment will receive zero credit for the entire semester's homework. If you have any question or concern about what might constitute cheating, you should read the College of Engineering's Guide to Academic Integrity. If, after reading this, you still have questions, feel free to raise these with one of the course instructors.|