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EGENĀ 5307 [0.5 credit] Control Systems and Robotics

Fundamental aspects of modeling and control of robot manipulators as devices that involve mechanics (kinematics and dynamics), electronic actuators, information theory, and automation, as well issues workspace, over and under actuated systems, and strategies for force management.
Prerequisite(s): enrolment in the M.Eng.- Engineering Practice program and an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering or permission of the Director.