This class will give an introduction to robotics. It will be structured into the following parts:
Generating motion and and dynamic control: This chapter will cover coordinate frames, non-holonomic constraints, Ackermann-drive (in analogy to street cars), PID.
Planning: Planning around obstacles, path finding, Dijkstra, A*, configuration space obstacles, RRTs, lattice planners, gradient methods, potential fields, splines.
Localization and mapping: state estimation problem, Bayesian filter, Odometry, Particle & Kalman filter, Extended and Unscented Kalman-Filter, simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM).
Vision and perception: SIFT, HOG-features, Deformable parts models, hough transform, lane detection, 3d-point clouds, RANSAC .
After these lectures, students will be able to design basic algorithms for motion, control and state estimation for robotics.
The lecture will be in German, accompanying materials in English.
John J Craig: Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics and Control; Steven LaValle: Planning Algorithms; Sebastian Thrun, Wolfram Burgard, Dieter Fox: Probabilistic Robotics
Students interested in robotics with application to autonomous vehicles. Voraussetzungen: As a prerequisite, student should have basic knowledge of maths, in particular linear algebra and a bit of optimization. Students will work with a real model car in the robotics lab.
Virtueller Raum 01
14.02.2022 08:00 - 10:00
25.04.2022 12:00 - 14:00
A3/ 024 Seminarraum
27.04.2022 10:00 - 12:00
T9/SR 006 Seminarraum
wöchentlich, ab 18.10.2021, 08:00 - 10:00 (16 Termine)