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2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
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ME 422 Robotics

The field of robotics is concerned with the art and science of designing electromechanical systems to assist or substitute for human endeavor. Typically, a robot has four fundamental capabilities: manipulation, locomotion, perception, and intelligence. This course touches on all four of these areas. Topics include spatial transformations, inverse kinematics, differential motions, dynamic force analysis, trajectory generation, actuation, sensing, machine vision, and fuzzy logic. 2 lecture hours. 3 laboratory hours. Prerequisite: 2.0 or higher in  ME 252 .

3 credit hours