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Robotics: Estimation and Learning, University of Pennsylvania

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(369 ratings)

About this Course

How can robots determine their state and properties of the surrounding environment from noisy sensor measurements in time? In this module you will learn how to get robots to incorporate uncertainty into estimating and learning from a dynamic and changing world. Specific topics that will be covered include probabilistic generative models, Bayesian filtering for localization and mapping....

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By VG

Feb 16, 2017

The material is clearly presented. The Matlab exercises complement and reinforce the subject, the level of difficulty is well balanced, thanks for this great course.

By NN

Jun 20, 2016

This is course is really helpful for beginners to understand how probability is useful in Robotics.Assignments are bit tough but worth the time .

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By DEEPAK KUMAR PANDIT

Apr 25, 2019

Good

By Bálint - Huba Furdek

Mar 20, 2019

Great ! Difficult !

By Fredo P. Chavez

Mar 17, 2019

Difficult course

By Guining Pertin

Feb 18, 2019

Some more help or examples should have been provided for the programming exercises, especially the last one

By Aman Bawa

Feb 12, 2019

It was a well timed course with short videos. However, the assignments didn't do justice (especially assignment 4)

By pavana abhiram Sirimamilla

Feb 10, 2019

It is a good course and I learnt a lot. However, Professor should have taught instead of the TAs. 4 or 5 minute lectures on important concepts such as particle filter and Kalman Filter is not at all adequate. Wrong formula is shown for one of the important concepts (particle filter). I hope they work on improving the course.

By davidjameshall

Jan 07, 2019

Excellent exposure to mapping, localization, etc. Would have liked to have odometry included in the week4 assignment.

By Liang Li

Dec 31, 2018

I don't think the staff and the mentors organize the course materials well. Firstly, they don't introduce the concepts clearly in the videos, and the professor is hardly involved. Secondly, the programming assignments are not carefully designed, as there is not clear statement and an expected outcome to examine our work. I suggest watching Andrew Ng's Machine Learning to see how well he and his team organize the course materials.

By Xiaotao Guo

Dec 16, 2018

the topic is interesting, but the videos seems a little bit short

By Joaquin Rincon

Sep 22, 2018

Lack of detailed content, assigments WAY too difficult if you just take into account what was explained.