Unformatted text preview: Professor Z.Qu, [email protected] , HEC 436, TR 11:30am - 12:45pm Homework: Homework will be assigned regularly. Grading: Homework: 10%; midterm: 40% each; Final exam or project (TBD): 50%. Course Outline and Syllabus: 1) Introduction 2) Typical robotic vehicles and their models 3) Path planning and open-loop control 4) Analysis and feedback control of linear time invariant systems 5) Non-negative matrices and their properties 6) Linear cooperative systems 7) Formation control and cooperative behaviors of autonomous vehicles 8) Nonlinear control and nonlinear cooperative systems 1 Through Springer ’ s E-book program, an electronic version of the entire textbook can be downloaded for free from any computer on campus....
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- Spring '10
- Electrical Engineering, Autonomous Robotic Systems, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science University of Central Florida, Central Florida Spring, autonomous vehicles Nonlinear, robotic vehicles