This course covers tools from statistics and machine learning enabling the participants to deploy these algorithms as building blocks for perception pipelines on robotic tasks. All mathematical methods provided within the course will be discussed in context of and motivated by example applications mostly from robotics. The main focus of this course are student projects on robotics.
Applying Machine Learning methods for solving real-world robotics problems.
Deep Learning for Perception; (Deep) Reinforcement Learning; Graph-Based Simultaneous Localization and Mapping
Slides will be made available to the students.
Will be announced in the first lecture.
Voraussetzungen / Besonderes
The students are expected to be familiar with material of the "Recursive Estimation" and the "Learning and Intelligent Systems" lectures. Particularly understanding of basic machine learning concepts, stochastic gradient descent for neural networks, reinforcement learning basics, and knowledge of Bayesian Filtering are required. Furtheremore, good knowledge of programming in C++ and Python is required.
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