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Covers the theory and application of mathematical models to analyze the kinematics and dynamics of robot mechanisms or their components using vector algebra, differential equations, and computer simulations; also covers robot vehicle kinematics, robot arm kinematics, and robot dynamics with computational examples and problems. Some basic programming skills and familiarity with MATLAB are expected. Prerequisite(s): course 9, and Applied Mathematics and Statistics 20 or Mathematics 24
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