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RBOT 220

Design and Architectural Patterns for Robotics

The software that drives robots is typically distributed and asynchronous. Numerous frameworks exist, and this course will provide a practical introduction to these frameworks, discuss the underlying design and architectural patterns, and examine how to build complex software systems in a distributed environment.
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
Be able to break a complex software implementation problem by recognizing common design/architectural patterns
Develop distributed applications while cognizant of common pitfalls

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