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Introduction to special issue on robotics in undergraduate education
Article No.: 1
Three years of using robots in an artificial intelligence course: lessons learned
Amruth N. Kumar
Article No.: 2
We have been using robots in our artificial intelligence course since fall 2000. We have been using the robots for open-laboratory projects. The projects are designed to emphasize high-level knowledge-based AI algorithms. After three offerings of the...
Pyro: A python-based versatile programming environment for teaching robotics
Douglas Blank, Deepak Kumar, Lisa Meeden, Holly Yanco
Article No.: 3
In this article we describe a programming framework called Pyro, which provides a set of abstractions that allows students to write platform-independent robot programs. This project is unique because of its focus on the pedagogical implications of...
An intelligent agent approach for teaching neural networks using LEGO® handy board robots
Susan P. Imberman
Article No.: 4
In this article we describe a project for an undergraduate artificial intelligence class. The project teaches neural networks using LEGO® handy board robots. Students construct robots with two motors and two photosensors. Photosensors provide...