Courses

[3114703] Special Projects (2 Credits)

Teaching students to do the research work and to write the papers. Before graduation, the students have possessed the ability to do the R/D work. Each student must be through professor's instrution's instructions to select the topics of special project, personal or group work should be completed the project's hardware or software and issued the paper. An announcement has been made by the department, then get the grade and credit.

[3104104] Robotics and Automation Applications (3 Credits)

1.Spatial description transformation 2.Manipulation kinematics 3.Inverse manipulation kinematics 4.Jacobians 5.Trajectory generation 6.Linear control of manipulator 7.Machine vision 8.Robotic obstacle avoidance 9.Industrial automation applications 10.Laboratory work: control of manipulators and mobile robots, automatic manipulation with vision sensors, navigation and control of mobile robots

[3105179] Advanced Robotics and Automation Applications (3 Credits)

This course is designed for graduate students and will provide a solid analytical and practical experience on a variety of aspects in robotics. Topics in the course are as follows. 1. Spatial descriptions and transformations 2. Manipulation kinematics 3. Inverse manipulator kinematics 4. Jacobians: velocities and static forces 5. Manipulator dynamics 6. Trajectory generation 7. Control of manipulators 8. Machine vision 9. Industrial automation applications 10. Laboratory work: control of manipulators and mobile robots, automatic manipulation with vision sensors, navigation and control of mobile robots Senior undergraduate students are allowed to take this course in case they are approved by the instructor.

[3103021] Control System (3 Credits)

This course is first to introduce the basic concepts of control systems and the mathematical background, second, state the transfer function, block diagram and signal flow graph, third, discuss the mathematical modeling of control systems and elements, and forth, describe the time-domain analysis, root locus techniques and frequency-domain of control systems, and then to measure the character of control systems, Finally, the design of control system will be introduced.

[3105003] Modern Control Theory (3 Credits)

Introduction of Modern Control Theory﹒ Linear space Analysis , State equation and Response, Controllability and Observability , Stability Analysis, State Feedback and Estimation, Controller Design and Applications, Observer Design and Applications, Nonlinear systems, Time varying Systems, Applications of Modern Control theory

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