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Certificates have gone out! Check your e-mails!

Also remember - if you did not have time to finish the course the first time, or if you want a higher grade - you can take it again. It's now self-paced, so no pressure of deadlines, you can learn at your own speed!
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So, the grading robots have done their work! You can expect your certificates to arrive some time next week.
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Here is a visualization framework for Python, that can be used in class as well. Made by forum user dov:
http://www.udacity-forums.com/cs373/questions/23731/announcement-of-simple-animation-visualization-framework-for-python.

The EuclideanGeometryViewer (or Euv for short) is a python module for displaying 2D graphics animation. It is based on the concept of frames, which is composed of a number of geometrical objects.
I am happy to announce the initial version of my visualization environment for python that I call Euv, which is short for Euclidean Geometry Viewer. My goals with this system was:Record and play back ...
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The final exam has been posted!


Grading for the final will be different than the homework grading has been.
You will receive immediate feedback on your responses (but we won't tell you the correct solution until after the exam is due).

This will let you correct any mistakes and ensure that the final exam is an assessment and learning opportunity.

We hope you have enjoyed the ride with us!
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Improving this would be a great after-graduation project for cs373!

http://www.pcworld.com/article/252138/meet_the_robotic_luggage_that_follows_you_like_a_dog.html
Don't want to carry your luggage when you're taking a trip? Make an autonomous luggage bag so you no longer have to!
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This reminds me of the luggage in Terry Pratchett. I forget which book. The one with Rincewind the wizard. I believe it was made of Sapient Pearwood.
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Code for Unit 5 visualization by student zukun from official forums - http://www.udacity-forums.com/cs373/questions/24268/unit5-plots-of-robots-for-p-pd-pid-controllers

Code examples here - http://pastebin.com/pKfLjzpp
The images below show the movement of robots (N=200) for different controllers. It is easy to see that P is the worst method (especially in case of steering drift). PID is the best.Hope it helpful to ...
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I put it here:
http://www.udacity-forums.com/cs373/questions/16651/homework-3-4-circular-motion-a-different-derivation

It didn't attract much interest, but nevertheless I was happy to figure out that I could derive the motion using linear algebra.
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Udacity CS373 - Programming a Robotic Car Class
Introduction
What is CS373 - Building a Robotic Car?

This class, taught by one of the foremost experts in AI, will teach you basic methods in Artificial Intelligence, including: probabilistic inference, search, planning, localisation and control, all with a focus on robotics. Extensive programming examples and assignments will apply these methods in the context of building self-driving cars.

Why should I learn how to build a robot car? 

First of all, this is a fascinating subject. The technologies involved are cutting edge, but the theories behind them are simpler than you might think. In addition to learning the math and science behind these technologies, you will also improve your coding probabilities as you solve the same problems that scientists at places like Google, Stanford, and MIT have been working on for years. Having these skills will not only be personally fulfilling, but could have benefits to your professional life as well. Taking this course is the first step that you can take towards creating a world where every car on the road drives itself. If you love learning or just hate traffic, this course is for you.