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This page contains information for students working on the optional course project for CDS 110, Winter 2008.
 
This page contains information for students working on the optional course project for CDS 110, Winter 2008.
  

Revision as of 05:59, 24 January 2008

CDS 110b Schedule Project Course Text

This page contains information for students working on the optional course project for CDS 110, Winter 2008.

Announcements

  • 23 Jan 08: project assignments posted

Project assignments

  • Group 1 (Alice): Michael Elzinga, Kelly Littlepage, Erica Pantel
  • Group 2 (Alice): Dionysios Barmpoutis, Annie Liu, Matt Wu
  • Group 3 (Alice): Nicholas Fette, Glenn Wagner, Stephen Duewel
  • Group 4 (Hovercraft): Vanessa Carson, Chris Schantz, Kenny Oslund, Nam Nguyen

Project schedule

  • Weeks 1 & 2: normal CDS 110 schedule
  • Week 3: LQR design + orientation
  • Week 4: LQR implementation and testing
  • Week 5: midterm writeup
  • Week 6: Trajectory generation + LQR tracking
  • Week 7-8: state estimation design + implementation
  • Week 9: implementation (backup)
  • Week 10: final writeup

Alice project information

Getting started

  • Log in to the Team Caltech wiki, which contains documentation on Alice. Find the 'follow' page, which describes the program that you will use to control Alice
  • Read the JFR06 article (below), which gives a high level overview of Alice

References

Hovercraft project information

Getting Started

  • Look at the MVWT web site in the section labelled MVWT-II to get an overview of the system
  • Read the overview article by Jin et al (below)

References