Reasoning And Planning In Unknown Environments The Rube Gold

Can Erdogan, Matthew Dutton, Azfar Aziz, Kevin Slaughter

Project Abstract:

If you have ever designed and/or built a Rube Golderberg machine, you would know how challenging it can be for many different reasons. The primary focus of this project is to appreciate and resolve the underlying planning problem. An example can be moving a ball from one end of the "scene" to another, using a set of tools, such as blocks, springs, strings, balloons, dominoes, etc. We will work in the simulation environment, probably for the length of the semester. However, we definitely want to extend this work to the real world (it would be so cool!) after the class. So, we hope this will become a long-term project. Also, if possible, we would like to perform learning, as much as possible. As we finalize our group, we can start discussing any ideas you come up with and formulate the problem together.

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