Electrical and Comp Engineerng
EECE 5552: Assistive Robotics
Lecture - 4 credits
- Investigates the what (modeling), how (design), and why (analysis) of assistive robotics through the use of model-based design process.
- System models are essential to four key aspects of the assistive robot design process: derivation of executable specifications, hardware and software design based on simulations, implementation by code generation, and continuous testing and verification.
- Topics may include modeling continuous and discrete dynamics, heterogeneous models, hybrid systems, stochastic models, models of computation, analysis and design of embedded control systems with applications in assistive robotics, system simulation, and validation and verification techniques.
- Course projects emphasize model-based design for control of assistive robots in smart environments.
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