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Presents the principles of biological locomotion and application to robotics problems. Students learn about effective movements in the biological world (slithering, walking, climbing, and flying); extract their underlying principles; and apply them creatively to robotics design. Pre-requisite(s): CMPE 9 or equivalent and graduate standing or permission of instructor. M. Teodorescu
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