Machine Intelligence

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

1stHistorical perspective
2ndPropositional logic
3rdFirst-order predicate logic
4thComputer and Turing machine
5thComputer and Turing machine   (1st quiz)
6thSearch (graphs, trees)
7thSearch (Dijkstra method, branch and bound)
8thMotion planning of mobile robot
9thMotion planning of mobile robot   (2nd quiz)
10thComputer vision (digital images, filtering)
11thComputer vision (correlation, matched filter)
12thComputer vision (Hough transform)
13thObject manipulation (contact state graphs, form/force closure)
14thObject manipulation (compliance, RCC)
15thObject manipulation (soft-fingered manipulation)

Evaluation : Final Exam. 60% and Quiz 40%

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