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An optimization technique where the optimal solutions to sub problems are used to construct an optimal solution to the original problem.

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Control loop in or outside of main loop

I've been working on some small projects for fun to learn more control theory things and embedded programming. Thank the esp32 and Arduino! Either way I've been programming everything entirely in a ...
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Question about programming approach of a dog like quadruped robot

I and my friends are planning to build a dog like quadruped robot. We have designed it like MIT Cheetah Mini like legs structure, each leg having 3 Servos, 3rd DOF for rotation. We have calculated ...
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What is a control loop?

I've seen with drones that the norm of programming them is to create three loops, for each axis, but I'm not quite sure what a control loop is when the code must run in a sequential manner. ...
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Completely autonomous traversal of a planar graph [closed]

I have to program an autonomous robot to traverse through a grid given in the following figure. But the main problem is that the nodes to visit is not known beforehand, it will be received by the bot ...
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KUKA Robotics API IDE

I've got Robotics API library, a demo program and a robot. I want to develop an app for it. The best solution is offline development on some kind of simulator. I'm completely new in such tasks - is ...
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Programable Drone with robotic arm and hand?

I was just wondering if it was possible to buy or build a programmable drone with a robotic arm,hand, knife. I want to program a drone to harvest crops. -object recognition from live video stream to ...
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Dynamic programming algorithm aka Bellman equation in Robotics?

The dynamic programming algorithm refers to the Bellman equation. An open-loop control decides movement at the initial point while a closed-loop control decides control during the movement. Now most ...