Lab Course "Robot Communication and Coordination"
An announcement of the course can eventually be found in the course information system CAMPUS.
The Knowledge-based Systems Group is, amongst others, doing research in agent controllers for robots, e.g. interactive service robotics (see AllemaniACs in RoboCup@Home) and logistics scenarios.
The goal of this lab course is to design, develop and test methods to implement communicative agents, for either an multi-agent scenario, an interactive assistive robot or even both, an multi-robot scenario with humans in it. This is done using and integrating with our existing agent control framework Fawkes (free open source software, you can go have a look already!). The development may include establishing the integration with a some external software API or with existing hardware components (e.g. sensors) and software modules on a robot, implementing and/or using basic behaviors (skills) of an agent as well as designing and implementing the high-level decision making and the overall application.
This lab will partly be done in cooperation with the RGI group from FH Aachen and it might sometimes take place at their robot lab.
In this lab course you have the chance to
In order to make sure the applicant fulfills the requirements needed, we require that every applicant hands in a solution to a qualifying test as described below:
The task is to implement an agent program for the game of Tic-Tac-Toe. For your implementation make use of a small framework that provides the basic game logic. You can download the code from here. Send your implementation to Stefan Schiffer by July 2.
Slots are being centrally assigned. Registration is open from June 18 to July 1 through the Central Seminar and Practical Project Seminar (Praktikum) Registration System
Dates + Schedule
The rough outline of the lab course's schedule is as follows:
Submitted by stf on 18. June 2012 - 23:30 categories [ ]