Machine Intelligence

I will lecture principles of computational and mechanical intelligence. Principles in computational intelligence include Turing machine and search. Principles in mechanical intelligence cover object manipulation and computer vision. (Dept. Robotics, B2)

1st 9/27Robot Intelligence: Computation, Mechanics, Intelligence
2nd10/4 Turing machine: state, symbols, transition
3rd10/18Turing machine: diagonal argument, halt problem
4th10/20Search: graphs, shortest path, Dijkstra method
5th10/25Search: robot motion planning, probabilistic roadmaps
6th11/1 Object manipulation: contact states, contact state graph   (1st quiz)
7th11/8 Object manipulation: contact, admissible motion
8th11/15Object manipulation: grasping, form/force closure
9th11/22Compliance: potential energy, stiffness matrix
10th11/29Compliance: center of compliance, RCC
11th12/6 Computer vision: digital images, 2D Fourier transform   (2nd quiz)
12th12/13Computer vision: matched filter, phase-only matching, rotation-invariant POM
13th12/20Computer vision: SIFT, SURF
14th 1/10Soft-fingered manipulation: fingertip model, simulation, delay
15th 1/17Wrap-up

1st    Robot Intelligence (updated 2012/9/25) reduced copy
2nd,3rd    Turing Machine (updated 2012/10/4)(updated 2012/9/25) reduced copy
4th,5th    Graph and Search (updated 2012/10/4) reduced copy
6th-8th    Object manipulation (updated 2012/10/4) reduced copy
9th,10th    Compliance (updated 2012/10/30) reduced copy
11th-13th    Computer vision (updated 2012/11/6) reduced copy
14th    Soft-fingered Manipulation (updated 2012/1/11) reduced copy
15th    Wrap up (updated 2012.1.17) reduced copy

Evaluation : Final Exam. 60% and Quiz 40%

Textbook: Handling Technology (Robotics Textbook Series 14)
    Shinichi Hirai, Hidefumi Wakamatsu, Corona Publishing, ISBN 978-4-339-04525-3
References: Science of Intelligence (Robotics Textbook Series 6)
    Suguru Arimoto, Corona Publishing, ISBN 978-4-339-04517-8