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COSC 106 Explorations in Robotics [GEQR]


Introduction to the theory of robotics and autonomous agents. Students will be exposed to technical and social aspects of robots in society. Students will complete selected readings, write several short papers and design and program simple robots. Rudiments of computer science topics as applied to robotics will be covered.

Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation

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Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing


Rationale for Quantitative Reasoning - This course emphasizes problem analysis, collaboration, and implementation of quantitative skills. Students will learn techniques and principles of computer algorithmic development and empirical analysis that will inform them in their decisions as professionals and citizens. These skills provide the foundation for general problem-solving skills that students can use throughout their EMU careers and beyond. As such, COSC 106 meets the requirements for a course in the Quantitative Reasoning category of the General Education program.

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Approved for GEQR 11/2009, effective Winter 2010

Computer Science Quantitative Reasoning (GEQR)  


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