Robotics and Intelligent Systems: A Virtual Reference Book

Robotics and Intelligent Systems

A Virtual Reference Book

Robert F. Stengel

Princeton University
Princeton, NJ

November 27, 2013

The Robotics and Intelligent Systems Virtual Reference Book is an assemblage of bookmarks for web pages that contain educational material. The Table of Contents summarizes the Bookmarks Menu and provides links to each chapter. The Bookmarks Menu is organized to follow a logical sequence for lectures on robotics and intelligent systems. The items marked by asterisks (*) are suggested reading material for the course. Specific topics can be found using the "Search" feature of your web browser.

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Table of Contents

  1. Overview and Preliminaries
    1. Robots and Robotics
    2. Intelligent Systems
    3. Ethics and Social Issues
    4. Biological Antecedents
    5. Computation and Search Tools
    6. Class Participation
    7. Math Review

  2. Articulated Robots
    1. Robot Components
    2. Fixed-Base Robots
    3. Biological Antecedents
    4. Math Review

  3. Coordinates and Transformations
    1. Coordinates and Coordinate Systems
    2. Transformation

  4. Mobile Robots, Personal Assistance, and Games
    1. Ground Vehicles
    2. Sea and Undersea Vehicles
    3. Air Vehicles
    4. Space Vehicles
    5. Anthropomorphic Robots
    6. Personal Assistance
    7. Games and Toys
    8. Biological Antecedents

  5. Rigid-Body Dynamics
    1. Statics
    2. Physical Properties
    3. Motion, Momentum, and Energy
    4. Dynamics
    5. Vibration and Oscillation

  6. Time Response of Dynamic Systems
    1. Numerical Integration
    2. Linearization

  7. Dynamic Effects of Feedback Control
    1. Control Systems and Theory
    2. Time Domain Analysis

  8. Analog and Digital Control Systems
    1. Frequency Domain Analysis
    2. Digital Control

  9. Sensors and Actuators
    1. Biological Antecedents
    2. Actuators and Actuation
    3. Sensors and Sensing
    4. Components and Mechanisms

  10. Introduction to Optimization
    1. Functions
    2. Necessary and Sufficient Conditions
    3. Numerical Methods

  11. Numerical Optimization
    1. Function Minimization
    2. Simulated Annealing
    3. Genetic Algorithms
    4. Particle Swarm Optimization
    5. Biological Antecedents
    6. Related Math and Computation

  12. Dynamic Optimal Control
    1. Necessary and Sufficient Conditions
    2. Numerical Methods
    3. Linear-Quadratic Optimal Control

  13. Formal Logic, Algorithms, and Incompleteness
    1. Formal Logic
    2. Algorithms

  14. Computers, Computing, and Sets
    1. Programming Languages
    2. Crisp Logic
    3. Sets
    4. Fuzzy Logic and Sets

  15. Probability and Statistics
    1. Probability Theory and Distributions
    2. Correlation
    3. Spectral Analysis
    4. Random Variables and Processes
    5. Statistics and Hypothesis Testing

  16. State and Parameter Estimation
    1. Least-Squares Estimation
    2. State Estimators

  17. Stochastic Control
    1. Stochastic Control
    2. Robust Linear Control

  18. Classification of Data Sets
    1. Metrics
    2. Statistical Tests
    3. Trees and Structures
    4. Discriminants
    5. Clusters

  19. Introduction to Neural Networks
    1. Network Structures
    2. Biological Antecedents

  20. Neural Network Training
    1. Training
    2. Validation

  21. Machine Learning
    1. Learning Theory
    2. Learning Algorithms
    3. Learning Applications
    4. Consciousness, Memory, and the Mind

  22. Expert Systems and Adaptive Control
    1. Schemata
    2. Functional and Declarative Programming Languages
    3. Human-Machine Applications
    4. Adaptive Control
    5. Failure Tolerance
    6. Nonlinear Control

  23. Task Planning and Multi-Agent Systems
    1. Task Planning and Execution
    2. Intelligent Agents


Copyright 2013 by Robert F. Stengel. All rights reserved, except to those items previously copyrighted or in the public domain.
Last updated November 27, 2013.
e-mail: stengel at princeton.edu.

Bookmarks Menu

MAE 345 Virtual Reference Book

1. Overview and Preliminaries

* List of emerging technologies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Robotics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bionics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Robots and Robotics

* Robot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Autonomous robot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* History of robots - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mechanism (engineering) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cyborg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Robot Design

Functional requirement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Requirements analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Specification (technical standard) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Design specification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Process modeling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Systems engineering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Project management - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Analog computer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Self-Reconfiguring Modular Robotics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
LEGO MINDSTORMS
:::ROBOTIS:::
Fischertechnik
Design for Assembly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Design for manufacturability (IC) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Taguchi methods - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Optimal design - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Engineering tolerance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. History of Robotics

Jacquard loom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Watt steam engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Target drone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fire-control system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chemical plant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Telerobotics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Intelligent Systems

* Artificial intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Systems theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Toward Intelligent Flight Control (pdf)
Computational intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Information science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
History of artificial intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Artificial consciousness - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Systems biology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cognitive science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Positronic brain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Technological singularity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. Ethics and Social Issues

* Three Laws of Robotics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Roboethics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Ethics of artificial intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ethical Frontiers of Robotics -- Sharkey 322 (5909): 1800 -- Science
Cyberwarfare - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
International Humanitarian Law
DefenseLink News Article: Report Reflects Future for Military’s Unmanned Systems
Autonomous Vehicles in Support of Naval Operations
Autonomous Vehicles in Support of Naval Operations
Umanned Ground Combat Vehicle Overview
Childcare Robot PaPeRo
New Robots Can Provide Elder Care For Aging Baby Boomers
Prospective Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operations in the Future National Airspace System
Unmanned combat air vehicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Unmanned ground vehicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wired for War

D. Biological Antecedents

* Biomechanics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Biomimicry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Biophysics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Biology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Excitable Cells

E. Computation and Search Tools

* MATLAB - The Language Of Technical Computing
* Simulink - Simulation and Model-Based Design
* Stateflow - State chart design and development environment- Simulink
* Simscape
* Wolfram|Alpha
SimMechanics - Inverse Dynamics
Gantry robot simulation - MATLAB Central
MathWorld
Mathematica
Conversion of units - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
SolidWorks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Creo Elements/Pro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Microsoft Robotics
Google Scholar
SketchUp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

F. Class Participation

* Grading Class Participation

G. Math Review

* Scalar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Vector - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Transpose - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Dot product - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Derivative - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Integral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2. Articulated Robots

* Sagittal plane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Coronal plane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Transverse plane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Articulated robot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Industrial robot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Robotic surgery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Serial manipulator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Parallel manipulator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Transformation matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rotation (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Robot Components

* Robotic arm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Linkage (mechanical) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Kinematic chain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Links

* Lever - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Axle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Drive shaft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Four bar linkage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Flange - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Joints

* Kinematic pair - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Degrees of freedom (mechanics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Revolute joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Prismatic joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cylindrical joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Screw joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Plane joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Ball joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Universal joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Constant-velocity joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Differential (mechanical device) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hinge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rod end bearing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iii. Leverage, Gearing, and Transmission

* Gear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Gear ratio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Epicyclic gearing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Harmonic drive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gear train - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Backlash (engineering) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of gear nomenclature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pulley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Belt (mechanical) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chain drive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Transmission (mechanics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Manual transmission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Clutch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Direct-Shift Gearbox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Semi-automatic transmission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Automatic transmission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Continuously variable transmission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Torque converter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mechanical advantage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

K'Nex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Fixed-Base Robots

i. Robot Configurations

* Remote manipulator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cartesian coordinate robot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* SCARA - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* PUMA - Programmable Universal Machine for Assembly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Stewart platform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* End effector - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Machine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Open source hardware - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Canadarm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Canadarm2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dextre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stewart Platform

ii. Medical/Prosthetic Robots

* Robotic surgery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Laboratory robotics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Stereotactic surgery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Laparoscopic surgery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
da Vinci Surgical System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cyberknife - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sensei robotic catheter system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robotics: the Future of Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery
Robot-Assisted Surgery: Glossary
The Pentagon's Bionic Arm - 60 Minutes - CBS News
Prosthetic feet
MySpoon

C. Biological Antecedents

* Anatomy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Anatomical terms of location - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Systems

* Anatomical terms of motion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Anatomical terms of location - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Nervous system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Human musculoskeletal system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Human skeleton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Respiratory system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Circulatory system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lymphatic system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Skin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gastrointestinal tract - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Somatosensory system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Arm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Human leg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Links

* List of bones of the human skeleton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Vertebral column - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Arm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Finger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Foot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Osseous tissue - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tissue (biology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ligament - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Leg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Leg bone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thigh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tibia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Femur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fibula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Patella - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Neck - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Human rib cage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pelvis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Forearm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Toe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iii. Joints

* Shoulder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Elbow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Wrist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hip - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Knee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Ankle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Ball and socket joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abduction (kinesiology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Adduction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Extension (kinesiology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Flexion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Synovial joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Meniscus (anatomy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Knuckle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iv. Power and Energy

* Skeletal muscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cardiac muscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Smooth muscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Table of muscles of the human body - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lung - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oxygenation (medical) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Metabolism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Biceps brachii muscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Biceps femoris muscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Triceps brachii muscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Triceps surae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dorsum (anatomy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Human position - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

D. Math Review

* Matrix (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Matrix multiplication - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Matrix addition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Identity matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Invertible matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Unit vector - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rotation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Translation (physics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cartesian coordinate system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Euler angles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Forward kinematics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rotation matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Homogeneous coordinates - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Direction cosine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Isometry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

3. Coordinates and Transformations

* Coordinates (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Coordinate system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rotation (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Transformation matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Coordinates and Coordinate Systems

* Euler angles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Robotics conventions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Denavit-Hartenberg Parameters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Euclidean vector - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tensor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Quaternion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anatomical terms of location - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Denavit Hartenburg Convention -- from Wolfram Library Archive
Spherical coordinate system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cylindrical coordinate system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robot kinematics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Transformation

* Rotation representation (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Simultaneous equations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Indeterminate system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cofactor (linear algebra) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Minor (linear algebra) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Euler's rotation theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Quaternions and spatial rotation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conversion between quaternions and Euler angles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Screw theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Indeterminate (variable) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Indeterminate equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Independent equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

4. Mobile Robots, Personal Assistance, and Games

* Mobile robot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Microbotics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Swarm robotics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Ant robotics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Ground Vehicles

i. Walking Robots

* Hexapod (robotics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rhex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Passive dynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
JPL Robotics: System: The LEMUR Robots
Reactive walking machine AMOS-WD06

ii. Rolling Robots

* Driverless car - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Radio-controlled model - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Mars Exploration Rover - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rocker-bogie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Lunokhod programme - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Mars Science Laboratory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* PackBot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Grand Challenge Home
DARPA Grand Challenge 2005
JPL Robotics: System: The ATHLETE Rover
Robotic Antarctic Meteorite Search
Princeton Autonomous Vehicle Engineering
Mars Exploration Rover Technical Data
Suspension (vehicle) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bicycle suspension - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bogie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PatrolBot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Segway PT - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Driverless car - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Webots - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Sea and Undersea Vehicles

* Remotely operated underwater vehicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Autonomous underwater vehicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Underwater glider - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
G7es torpedo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nereus (underwater vehicle) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mark 48 torpedo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
VA-111 Shkval - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ship - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Watercraft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Submarine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Torpedo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. Air Vehicles

* Unmanned aerial vehicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Unmanned combat air vehicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boeing ScanEagle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MQ-1 Predator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
General Atomics Avenger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Intercontinental ballistic missile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cruise missile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ETH Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
ARES - A Proposed Mars Scout Mission - Glider
Sikorsky Cypher - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
RC flight simulator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Radio-controlled aircraft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Radio-controlled helicopter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fixed-wing aircraft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rotorcraft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Missile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mars Flight - NASA Glenn Educational Programs Office

D. Space Vehicles

* Spacecraft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Space probe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Robotic spacecraft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Satellite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phoenix (spacecraft) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mariner 10 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Voyager 1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Giotto mission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Robotic satellite servicer rehearsal underway in orbit
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena: space robotics to explore other planets - The IET
ARES Mars Scout Mission Proposal - Multimedia
JPL Robotics: Research Tasks

E. Anthropomorphic Robots

* Humanoid robot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Robonaut - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ASIMO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
REEM-B - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robosapien v2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

F. Personal Assistance

* Domestic robot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Robots Help Japan Care For Its Elderly - Popular Mechanics
* Mental Commitment Robot [PARO]
* Robot X Security Guard Works For Less: Science Fiction in the News
Domo (robot) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Technology Review: Your Robotic Personal Assistant
RFID-kid tracking now enforced by the Secom Robot X - Engadget

G. Games and Toys

AIBO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Furby - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PaPeRo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nao (robot) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wakamaru - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
QRIO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roboreptile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wii Remote - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wii MotionPlus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PlayStation 3 accessories - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
FlyTech Dragonfly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stiquito - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
iCub - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
TOPIO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Creatures (artificial life program) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
WarioWare: Twisted! - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kinect
7 Awesome Kinect Applications

H. Biological Antecedents

i. Locomotion

* Animal locomotion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Terrestrial locomotion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Running - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jumping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Swimming (sport) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sport - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Diving - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Angular Momentum Of Hurdle Clearance
Gait - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gait (human) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jogging - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bipedalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Walking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Quadrupedalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Free running - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Animals

Amphibian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hexapoda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Insect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spider - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bird - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mammal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Snake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Walking fish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Real Wheel Animals - Part Two › In Depth (ABC Science)
Caterpillar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Flying and gliding animals - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Centipede - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Millipede - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cyberbotics' Robot Curriculum - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
Engineering vehicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Japanese robotics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Actroid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Android - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

5. Rigid-Body Dynamics

* Differential equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Numerical ordinary differential equations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Statics

* Statics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Mechanical equilibrium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Metastability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Statically indeterminate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Physical Properties

* Rigid body - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Mass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Density - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Weight - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Gravitation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Moment of inertia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Parallel axis theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Spring (device) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Dashpot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of moments of inertia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of moment of inertia tensors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Flywheel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. Motion, Momentum, and Energy

i. Translation

* Kinematics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Translation (geometry) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Velocity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Speed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Linear motion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Momentum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Airspeed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Rotation

* Rotation around a fixed axis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Angular velocity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Angular momentum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cross product - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cofactor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iii. Energy

* Energy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Joule - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Work (physics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Potential energy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Kinetic energy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rotational energy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scalar potential - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

D. Dynamics

Open Dynamics Engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Classical mechanics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Lagrangian mechanics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hamiltonian mechanics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Force and Acceleration

* Force - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Specific force - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Acceleration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Jerk (physics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Jounce - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shock (mechanics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pressure - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Friction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frictionless plane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Traction (engineering) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Equations of Motion

* Equations of motion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Numerical integration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Runge–Kutta methods - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Condition number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Euler's equations (rigid body dynamics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Applied mechanics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dynamical systems theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Inverse Dynamics

E. Vibration/Oscillation

* Vibration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Simple harmonic motion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Resonance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Harmonic oscillator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Limit-cycle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Van der Pol oscillator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Duffing equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Halo orbit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oscillation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Differential Equations - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
Nanomechanics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Holonomic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nonholonomic system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

6. Time Response of Dynamic Systems

* Nonlinear system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Linear system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Time-invariant system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Autonomous system (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Equilibrium point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Attractor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Steady state - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Phase plane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Phase portrait - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Limit-cycle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Numerical Integration

* Runge–Kutta methods - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Linear multistep method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stiff equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Newton polynomial - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Numerical smoothing and differentiation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Automatic differentiation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Linearization

* Linear approximation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Linearization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Taylor series - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Jacobian determinant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Power series - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Finite difference - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Divided differences - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Linear algebra - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
System analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
LTI system theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
System dynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dynamical systems theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chaos theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Poincaré map - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Systems thinking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Systems science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cybernetics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Physical system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Biochemical systems theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Isocline - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hysteresis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lanchester's laws - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lotka–Volterra equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Homeostasis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

7. Dynamic Effects of Feedback Control

* Control theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Control system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Controller (control theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Automation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Feedback - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Control Systems and Theory

* Linear differential equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* State space (controls) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Controllability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Observability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Stability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Analog signal processing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Digital signal processing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Open-loop controller - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Full state feedback - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* State observer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Transfer function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Frequency response - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Instability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Feedback - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Proportional control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frequency compensation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Controllability Gramian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thermostat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Electronic stability control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Process control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Time Domain Analysis

* Initial value problem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Transient response - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Damping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hertz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Natural frequency - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Damping ratio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dirac delta function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Impulse response - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Convolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Green's function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heaviside step function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Step response - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rise time - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Overshoot (signal) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Settling time - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Envelope (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Steady state (electronics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Integral transform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amplitude - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frequency - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wavelength - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phase (waves) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oscillation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ringing (signal) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Longitudinal static stability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Directional stability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lissajous curve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phase portrait - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

8. Analog and Digital Control Systems

* Regulator (automatic control) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Frequency Domain Analysis

* Fourier transform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Laplace transform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Laplace transform applied to differential equations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Transfer function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Characteristic polynomial - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Eigenvalue, eigenvector and eigenspace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Root locus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bode plot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Nyquist plot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Nichols plot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Lead-lag compensator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* PI controller - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* PID Tutorial
Real number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Imaginary number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Complex number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Complex plane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
S plane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Closed-loop pole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Closed-loop transfer function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bandwidth (signal processing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Low-pass filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
High-pass filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Band-pass filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Routh-Hurwitz stability criterion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nyquist stability criterion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Minimum phase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Digital Control

* Sampled data systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Sampling rate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Nyquist frequency - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* State-transition matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Zero-order hold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Quantization (signal processing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Digital control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Z-transform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Discrete system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gibbs phenomenon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nyquist–Shannon sampling theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aliasing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anti-aliasing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Analog-to-digital converter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Digital-to-analog converter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Triangular spectrum and aliasing.
Smith predictor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Digital filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Least mean squares filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Discretization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Real-time computing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

LTI system theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Distributed control system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Industrial control systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aircraft flight control system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aircraft engine controls - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
FADEC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
HVAC control system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Power steering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Avionics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MATLAB Central - Analog control
MATLAB Central - Digital control
MATLAB Central - Flight control
Haptic technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

9. Sensors and Actuators

A. Biological Antecedents

* Sensory system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Muscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Neurons

* Neuron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Nerve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
*Pseudounipolar neuron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bipolar cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Multipolar neuron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Interneuron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Optic nerve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Retinal ganglion cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Unipolar neuron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gamma motoneuron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alpha motor neuron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Biological Neuron
Basic Neural Processes Tutorials
A delta fiber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Group C nerve fiber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Actuation

* Muscles
* Muscle Physiology - Introduction to Muscle
* Agonist (muscle) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Antagonist (muscle) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Neuromuscular junction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Learning the muscular System
Tendon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stretch reflex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Synergist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Extrafusal muscle fiber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Intrafusal muscle fiber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tonic (physiology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Howstuffworks "How Muscles Work"

iii. Sensing

* Biosensor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Sensory receptor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Receptor (biochemistry) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Mechanoreceptor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Thermoreceptor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Nociceptor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Chemosensor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Photoreceptor cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Proprioception - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Vestibular system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Inner ear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Evolution of the eye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Eye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cone cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rod cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amacrine cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Retina horizontal cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Photosensitive ganglion cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Retina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Halteres - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cochlea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Labyrinth (inner ear) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Muscle spindle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nuclear chain fiber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Proprioceptors
Cutaneous receptor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Meissner's corpuscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pacinian corpuscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Merkel nerve ending - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ruffini ending - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Free nerve ending - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
TRPV1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Transient receptor potential channel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baroreceptor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baroreflex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nociception - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Olfaction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sensory nerve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Motor neuron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Afferent nerve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Efferent nerve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Skeletal muscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Medulla oblongata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tongue - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nose - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Actuators and Actuation

* Actuator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Linear actuator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Servomechanism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Electromagnetic/static

* Electric actuator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Electric motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* DC motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Brushless DC electric motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Stepper motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ultrasonic motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wax motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Piezoelectric motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Solenoid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Hydraulic/Pneumatic

* Hydraulic cylinder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hydraulic motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Pneumatic actuator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Pneumatic cylinder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Pneumatic motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fluidics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hydraulics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pneumatics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Microfluidics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nanofluidics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Torque - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. Sensors and Sensing

* Sense - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Sensor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Stress (mechanics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Deformation (mechanics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Position, Stress, and Strain

* Potentiometer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Linear encoder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Linear variable differential transformer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Strain gauge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rotary encoder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Magnetometer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fluxgate compass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rotary variable differential transformer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Synchro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Resolver (electrical) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Piezoelectricity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Force-Sensing Resistor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wheatstone bridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Displacement (vector) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Temperature

* Resistance thermometer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Thermocouple - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Thermistor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bi-metallic strip - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Infrared - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iii. Air Data

* Pressure sensor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Pitot-static system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Total air temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Air Data Inertial Reference Unit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Air data computer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iv. Radar, Sonar, and Lidar

* Radar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Sonar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* LIDAR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Laser rangefinder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Doppler radar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Continuous-wave radar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pulse-Doppler radar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
GNSS reflectometry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Doppler effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
SODAR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Radio frequency - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phased array - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Active Electronically Scanned Array - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sonar Ranging Primer

v. Inertial Measurement

* Inertial measurement unit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Accelerometer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Piezoelectric accelerometer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Gyroscope - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rate integrating gyroscope - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fibre optic gyroscope - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Ring laser gyroscope - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Vibrating structure gyroscope - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Attitude indicator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Attitude and Heading Reference Systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hemispherical Resonator Gyro
Precession - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Miniature Inertial Measurement Unit (MIMU) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Microelectromechanical systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coriolis effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sagnac effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

vi. Guidance and Navigation

* Dead reckoning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Spherical geometry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Great-circle distance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

a. Satellite Navigation

*Global navigation satellite system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
*Global Positioning System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Differential GPS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Galileo (satellite navigation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
GLONASS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Multilateration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pseudorange - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
GPS signals - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Atomic clock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Local Area Augmentation System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wide Area Augmentation System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
StarFire (navigation system) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
GNSS Augmentation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Joint Precision Approach and Landing System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Transit (satellite) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

b. Inertial Navigation

* Inertial navigation system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Gimbal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Gimbal lock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Schuler tuning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Space Integrated GPS/INS (SIGI) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Advanced Inertial Reference Sphere - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

c. Radio Navigation

* Radio navigation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Non-Directional Beacon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Radio direction finder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* VHF omnidirectional range - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Distance measuring equipment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* LORAN - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Instrument landing system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Instrument approach - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Microwave landing system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Autoland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Electric beacon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
OMEGA Navigation System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Decca Navigator System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tactical Air Navigation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wind triangle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Celestial navigation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Air navigation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
GPS/INS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Navigation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Proportional navigation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pursuit guidance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Q-guidance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Radar tracker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Automotive navigation system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spherical trigonometry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

vii. Imaging and Vision

* Machine vision - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Computer vision - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Digital image processing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Image sensor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Video camera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Medical imaging - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Photodiode - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charge-coupled device - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Computer graphics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Optical flow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frame grabber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Segmentation (image processing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Edge detection - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thresholding (image processing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Facial recognition system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Smart camera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kinect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Haptic technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Distance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Angle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

D. Components and Mechanisms

i. Electrical

Resistor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Capacitor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Inductor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
RLC circuit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Commutator (electric) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Slip ring - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Microelectromechanical systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bluetooth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wi-Fi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Mechanical/Fluidic

Hydraulic manifold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Swashplate (helicopter) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Helical camshaft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Valve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

10. Introduction to Optimization

* Optimization (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Functions

* Function (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Domain of a function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Range (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Curvature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Stationary point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Inflection point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Saddle point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Maxima and minima - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Gradient - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hessian matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Convex function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Concave function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Constraint (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Arg max - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Codomain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Necessary and Sufficient Conditions

* Necessary and sufficient condition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* First derivative test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Second derivative test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Lagrange multipliers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Karush–Kuhn–Tucker conditions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. Numerical Methods

* Gradient descent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Conjugate gradient method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Line search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Dynamic programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Numerical differentiation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MATLAB Central - Linear programming
MATLAB Central - Numerical differentiation

11. Numerical Optimization

A. Function Minimization

* Optimization (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hessian matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Newton's method in optimization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Gradient descent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Levenberg–Marquardt algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Golden section search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conjugate gradient method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MATLAB Central - Newton's method
MATLAB Central - Newton Raphson algorithm
MATLAB Central - Gradient descent
MATLAB Central - Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm
MATLAB Central - Conjugate gradient algorithm
Robust optimization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Newton's method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

* Monte Carlo method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Random number generation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Simplex algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Nelder-Mead method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Evolutionary computation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Simulated Annealing

* Simulated annealing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Greedy algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Metropolis–Hastings algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tabu search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Annealing Applet | Heaton Research
Simulated Annealing Information, Taygeta Scientific Inc.
MATLAB Central - Simulated annealing algorithms

C. Genetic Algorithms

* Holland's schema theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Genetic algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Chromosome (genetic algorithm) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Crossover (genetic algorithm) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Mutation (genetic algorithm) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fitness function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Genetic programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MATLAB Central - Genetic algorithms

D. Particle Swarm Optimization

* Swarm intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Particle swarm optimization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Biologically Inspired Robot - Bourquin
Particle Swarm Optimization: Tutorial
Particle Swarm Central
MATLAB Central - Swarm algorithms
MATLAB Central - Particle Swarm Optimization Toolbox

E. Biological Antecedents

i. Genetics

* Evolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Genetic code - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Chromosome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Gene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Nucleotide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Alternative splicing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Allele - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Chromosomal crossover - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Mutation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Genetics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reproduction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Central dogma of molecular biology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cell cycle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Collective Behavior

* Flocking (behavior) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Swarm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Herd behavior - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Shoaling and schooling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Collective behavior - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sociobiology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Behavioral ecology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Collective consciousness - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Collective unconscious - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Collective animal behavior - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Social group - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spontaneous order - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Crowd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Flash mob - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Crowd psychology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bandwagon effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mass hysteria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ochlocracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Herd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

F. Related Math and Computation

* Global optimization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Markov chain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Markov chain Monte Carlo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cellular automaton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Life-like cellular automaton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boltzmann distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Annealing (metallurgy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Annealing (glass) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conway's Game of Life - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
No free lunch in search and optimization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MATLAB Central - GODLIKE - A robust single-& multi-objective optimizer
Polytope - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Simplex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Informatik 12 - MOEA

12. Dynamic Optimal Control

* Optimal control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Trajectory optimization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Necessary and Sufficient Conditions

* Calculus of variations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Euler–Lagrange equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hamiltonian (control theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Costate equations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Legendre–Clebsch condition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Pontryagin's minimum principle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hamilton–Jacobi–Bellman equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bellman equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Singular control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Numerical Methods

* Gradient descent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Conjugate gradient method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Line search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Numerical differentiation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Dynamic programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Category:Dynamic programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Linear programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Simplex algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Quadratic programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MATLAB Central - Trajectory optimization (Robot GA)
MATLAB Central - Line search
MATLAB Central - Dynamic programming
MATLAB Central - Simplex algorithm
MATLAB Central - Quadratic programming

C. Linear-Quadratic Optimal Control

* Linear-quadratic regulator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Algebraic Riccati equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MATLAB Central - LQR
MATLAB Central - Riccati equation
* Riccati equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Category:Optimal control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bang-bang control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

13. Formal Logic, Algorithms, and Incompleteness

* Intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Domain of discourse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Table of mathematical symbols - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Symbolic logic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Statement (logic) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Proposition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Formal Logic

* Predicate logic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* First-order logic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Atomic formula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Existential quantification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Universal quantification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Quantification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Mathematical logic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Semantics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Syntax - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Logic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Premise - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Argument - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Logical consequence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Inference - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Formal system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Laws of classical logic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Validity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Reasoning

* Reasoning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Deductive reasoning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Inductive reasoning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Concept learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Deduction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Forms of Inference

* Well-formed formula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Axiom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Axiomatic system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Boolean algebra (logic) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Godel's incompleteness theorems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Calculus (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iii. Propositional Calculus

* Logical constant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Symbol (formal) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

a. Propositions

* Proposition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Propositional calculus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Rule of inference - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Propositional formula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Antecedent (logic) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Consequent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Propositional variable - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Principle of bivalence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

b. Operators

* Logical connective - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Binary operation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Unary operation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Logical conjunction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Logical disjunction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Negation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Material conditional - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* If and only if - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Logical equality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Modus ponens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* De Morgan's laws - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

c. Truth and Fallacy

* Truth value - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Truth table - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Tautology (logic) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fallacy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Liar paradox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Table of logic symbols - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iv. Number Systems

a. Number Bases

* Natural number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Numeral system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Binary numeral system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Quaternary numeral system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Octal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Byte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Decimal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hexadecimal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Roman numerals - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

c. Fixed and Floating Point

* Fixed-point arithmetic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Floating point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Decimal floating point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Significant figures - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Single precision floating-point format - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Double precision floating-point format - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

b. Logarithms and Exponentials

* Logarithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Logarithmic scale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Natural logarithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Common logarithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Complex logarithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Logarithm of a matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Exponential function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Matrix exponential - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Algorithms

* Algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Algorithm characterizations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of algorithms - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Euclidean algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trigonometric functions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Methods of computing square roots - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

14. Computers, Computing, and Sets

A. Computers

* Computer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
History of computing hardware - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Computer numbering formats - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Apollo Guidance Computer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Calculator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Curta calculator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Slide rule - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abacus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Napier's bones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
RetroCalculators - A Webzeum of Mechanical Calculators Ingenious

B. Computing

* Alphabet (computer science) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* String (computer science) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Turing Machine, Turing Test

* Turing machine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Church-Turing thesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Universal Turing machine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lambda calculus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Turing Test Page
Turing Digital Archive Home Page
Turing Machine
The Church-Turing Thesis
Computable function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
LEGO Turing machine

iii. Programming

* Operating system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Formal semantics of programming languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Machine code - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Low-level programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Assembly language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Object file - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Interpreter (computing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Compiler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lists of programming languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
High-level programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fortran - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
BASIC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
C (programming language) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pascal (programming language) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ALGOL - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PL/I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
JOVIAL - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Interpreted language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Virtual machine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Emulator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Program optimization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chisanbop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Polymerase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ribosome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sentence (mathematical logic) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
FLOPS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nomogram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Model of computation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Sets

* Set (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Subset - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Venn diagram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Set theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Null set - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Union (set theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Intersection (set theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Complement (set theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Transitive relation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Symmetry in mathematics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reflexive relation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Element (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Equivalence relation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lebesgue measure - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. Fuzzy Logic and Sets

* Fuzzy set - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fuzzy logic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Possibility theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Defuzzification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fuzzy set operations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fuzzy control system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rough set - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Degree of truth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dempster–Shafer theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Transferable belief model - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fuzzy Logic FAQ
Membership function (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

15. Probability and Statistics

* Probability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Statistics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Probability axioms - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Occam's razor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Probability Theory and Distributions

* Event (probability theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Expected value - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Probability theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Law of large numbers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Central limit theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Illustration of the central limit theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Distribution Characteristics

* Moment (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
*Median - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Mode (statistics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
*Mean - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Variance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Standard deviation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Skewness - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Kurtosis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Standardized moment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Taylor expansions for the moments of functions of random variables - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Second moment method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Individual Distributions

* Continuous probability distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Discrete probability distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Probability density function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Probability mass function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cumulative distribution function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Uniform distribution (continuous) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Normal distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Log-normal distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bimodal distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Matrix normal distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Multivariate normal distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Student's t-distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Multivariate Student distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
F-distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bernoulli trial - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bernoulli distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Binomial distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Poisson distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hypergeometric distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rayleigh distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Weibull distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Noncentral t-distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hotelling's T-square distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Noncentral F-distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gamma function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Beta function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Beta distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Logistic regression - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pareto distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Likelihood function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iii. Joint and Conditional Distributions

* Joint probability distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Conditional probability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Prior probability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bayes' theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bayesian inference - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Covariance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Likelihood principle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Correlation

* Time series - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Covariance matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Autocovariance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Autocorrelation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cross-correlation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Stationary process - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Ergodic (adjective) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Outer product - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. Spectral Analysis

* Fourier series - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Spectral density - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Spectral density estimation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Basis function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fourier transform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fast Fourier transform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Discrete Fourier transform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Discrete-time Fourier transform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Short-time Fourier transform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wavelet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chirplet transform - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Periodogram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Noise spectral density - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

D. Random Variables and Processes

* Random variable - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Multivariate random variable - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* White noise - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Colors of noise - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Markov process - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gaussian noise - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Random walk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stochastic process - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Markov chain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Partially observable Markov decision process - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

E. Statistics and Hypothesis Testing

Statistics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Random sample - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Multivariate statistics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Statistical inference - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Histogram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frequency (statistics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sample mean and sample covariance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Standard deviation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Statistical dispersion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Root mean square - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robust measures of scale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robust statistics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Glossary of experimental design - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Null hypothesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alternative hypothesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Statistical hypothesis testing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Confidence interval - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Factor analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Student's t-test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Likelihood-ratio test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chi-square test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pearson's chi-square test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Median test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Student's t-statistic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
F-statistics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Score (statistics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fisher information - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fisher information metric - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fisher's exact test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cramér–Rao bound - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
False discovery rate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kullback–Leibler divergence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Estimation of covariance matrices - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Decision theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Game theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conditional expectation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

F. State Estimation

* Wiener filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Kalman filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Observability Gramian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Extended Kalman filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Ensemble Kalman filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Particle filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Brownian motion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Linear prediction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Martingale (probability theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nonlinear filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kushner equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zakai equation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Probability - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
Glossary of probability and statistics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of probability topics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of statistics topics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bioinformatics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Six Sigma - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bayesian network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Imprecise probability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Poisson process - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bernoulli process - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

16. State and Parameter Estimation

A. Least-Squares Estimation

* Least squares - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Quadratic form - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Weighted mean - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Regression analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Linear regression - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. PseudoInverse

* Generalized inverse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Moore–Penrose pseudoinverse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Normal Probability Distributions

* Probability distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Average - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Correlation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. State Estimators

* Kalman filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

* System identification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

17. Stochastic Control

* Stochastic control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Robust control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Adaptive control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Stochastic Control

* Linear-quadratic regulator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Separation principle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Linear-quadratic-Gaussian control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Dual control theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Optimal projection equations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Additive white Gaussian noise - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dynamic programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MATLAB Central - LQGR

B. Robust Linear Control

* PID controller - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Quantitative feedback theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
H-infinity loop-shaping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
H-infinity methods in control theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Minimum energy control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

18. Classification of Data Sets

* Supervised learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Linear classifier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Neural network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Support vector machine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Unsupervised learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cluster analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Metrics

* Metric (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Norm (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Euclidean distance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Taxicab geometry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mahalanobis distance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chebyshev distance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Minkowski distance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hamming distance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Statistical Tests

* Accuracy and precision - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Sensitivity and specificity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* ROC - Receiver operating characteristic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Student's t-test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* F-test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Analysis of variance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Goodness of fit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Verification and validation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Type I and type II errors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Odds ratio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hazard ratio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Normality test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Non-parametric statistics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kolmogorov–Smirnov test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Confusion matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mann–Whitney U - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wilcoxon signed-rank test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Positive predictive value - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Negative predictive value - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gain (information retrieval) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Linear discriminant analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Quadratic classifier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. Trees and Structures

* Tree structure - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hierarchical clustering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Dendrogram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Graph theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Community structure - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spanning tree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hierarchy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

D. Discriminants

* Decision boundary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Binary classification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hyperplane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Convex set - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hypersurface - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Linear separability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
VC dimension - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Model selection - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

E. Clusters

* Cluster analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Nearest neighbor search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* k-means clustering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fuzzy clustering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Principal component analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Singular value decomposition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sampling (statistics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cluster sampling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Principal component analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

19. Introduction to Neural Networks

* Neural network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Artificial neural network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Sigmoid function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Logistic function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Network Structures

* Perceptron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* ADALINE - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Multilayer perceptron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Cerebellar Model Articulation Controller - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Radial basis function network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Self-organizing map - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* k-nearest neighbor algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Recurrent neural network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Adaptive resonance theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An Introduction to Neural Networks
Interactive Self-Organizing Map demonstrations (in Java)
ART Neural Network - Adaptive Resonance Theory

B. Biological Antecedents

* Neuron
* Soma (biology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Action potential - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Biological neural network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Axon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Dendrite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Neurotransmitter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Central pattern generator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Purkinje cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pyramidal cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Axon hillock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chemical synapse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Synaptic vesicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cardiac pacemaker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Axon terminal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hodgkin–Huxley model - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Soliton model - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Membrane potential - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ion channel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Threshold potential - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Depolarization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Myocyte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Postsynaptic potential - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

20. Neural Network Training

A. Training

* Backpropagation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* k-means clustering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Neural network software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hebbian theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Training set - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Validation

* Cross-validation (statistics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Overfitting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Random error - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Resampling (statistics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Random permutation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

21. Machine Learning

* Machine learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Markov decision process - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Learning Theory

* Computational learning theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Curse of dimensionality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Information Theory and Entropy

* Information theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bayesian inference - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Entropy (information theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Shannon index - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Joint entropy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conditional entropy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Differential entropy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cross entropy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kullback–Leibler divergence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Probably approximately correct learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Formation matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Graph and Game Theory

* Game theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Graph theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Spanning tree (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Laplacian matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Glossary of game theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Learning Algorithms

* List of machine learning algorithms - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Decision Trees and Graphs

* Search algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* ID3 algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* ID3
* C4.5 algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Depth-first search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Breadth-first search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bidirectional search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Best-first search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alpha-beta pruning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bellman-Ford algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pruning (algorithm) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Optimal and Sub-Optimal Search

* Searching - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Hill climbing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* A* search algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Q-learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Reinforcement learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dijkstra's algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Viterbi algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Temporal difference learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Expectation-maximization algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boosting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
P versus NP problem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. Learning Applications

* Travelling salesman problem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Computer vision - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Pattern recognition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Object recognition (computer vision) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fault detection and isolation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
NN Traveling Salesman
SA Traveling Salesman
GA Travelling Salesman
Travelling Salesman
English draughts - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chess - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Backgammon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cluedo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Go (game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Five in a Row (game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Google Search Technology
Failure mode and effects analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Adaptive system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Complex adaptive system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

D. Consciousness, Memory, and the Mind

* Thought - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Consciousness

* Consciousness - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Preconscious - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Unconscious mind - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Subconscious - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Attention - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Memory

* Working memory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Long-term memory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Short-term memory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Long-term potentiation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sensory memory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Visual memory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Synaptic plasticity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Memory consolidation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Emotion and memory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Portal:Thinking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of thought processes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Executive functions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Portal:Artificial intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Data mining - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Association rule learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Subsumption architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Multidimensional scaling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sammon's projection - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boltzmann machine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of machine learning algorithms - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

22. Expert Systems and Adaptive Control

* Expert system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Inference engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Knowledge base - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Production system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Schemata

* Decision tree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Bayesian network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Decision theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Collective intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tree (data structure) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tree (graph theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Case-Based Reasoning
Schema - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Star schema - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Snowflake schema - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ontology (information science) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Commonsense knowledge base - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Getting to YES - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Functional and Declarative Programming Languages

* Computer program - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Computer software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Scripting language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Procedural programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Imperative programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Declarative programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Object-oriented programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Programming paradigm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Source code - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dynamic programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Functional programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Logic programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Side effect (computer science) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
GoTo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Label (programming language) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Structured programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Traditional Languages

Fortran - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
C (programming language) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
LISP - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Prolog - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
CLIPS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
LOGO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Smalltalk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Simula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Modern Languages

HTML - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
XML - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Java (software platform) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Python (programming language) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
C Sharp (programming language) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
C++ - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Perl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
VRML - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
GridWorld - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. Human-Machine Applications

Virtual reality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Semantic Web - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Embedded system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Real-time operating system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Clinical decision support system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Speech recognition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Web search engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ambient intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ubiquitous computing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Internet of Things - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Human-centered computing (discipline) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Human-computer interaction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Brain-computer interface - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sentient computing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wearable computer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jess, the Java Expert System Shell
TEACH JAVAEXPERT
Knowledge management - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Database management system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Decision support system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Artificial Intelligence Marketing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wiki (software) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Web 2.0 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maslow's hierarchy of needs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fundamental human needs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Collective intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Experimental philosophy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Data warehouse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Knowledge Acquisition and Documentation Structuring - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

D. Adaptive Control

* Adaptive filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Gain scheduling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
*Self-tuning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Intelligent control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Control reconfiguration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Self-organization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Model predictive control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cerebellum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

E. Failure Tolerance

* Fail-safe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fault-tolerant design - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Fault-tolerant system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Mean time between failures - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Failure rate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Redundancy (engineering) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mean time to repair - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fault detection and isolation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

F. Nonlinear Control

* Nonlinear control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Describing function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Circle criterion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Lyapunov stability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Feedback linearization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lyapunov function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lyapunov exponent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sliding mode control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Variable structure control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Backstepping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Small-gain theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Deadband - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

23. Task Planning and Multi-Agent Systems

A. Task Planning and Execution

* OODA loop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

i. Situation Awareness

* Situation awareness - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* SLAM - Simultaneous localization and mapping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Intelligence collection management - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Competitive intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Business intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Predictive analytics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Measurement and Signature Intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wireless sensor network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fog of war - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robotic mapping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ii. Decomposition and Connectivity

a. Tesselation

* Tessellation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Voronoi diagram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Nearest-neighbor interpolation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of uniform tilings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Uniform tessellation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vector quantization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

b. Communities

* Network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Social network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Small-world network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Connectivity (graph theory) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scalability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scale-free network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Niche apportionment models - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Small world experiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Six degrees of separation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Peer-to-peer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Client-server - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cloud computing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Organizational hierarchy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iii. Strategy/Tactic Development and Implementation

* SWOT analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Decision making - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Motion planning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Strategy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Satisficing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pareto efficiency - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Design of experiments - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Info-gap decision theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
C4ISTAR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Network-centric warfare - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Network-centric organization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B. Intelligent Agents

* Intelligent agent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Software agent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* Multi-agent system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boids (Flocks, Herds, and Schools: a Distributed Behavioral Model)
Software Agents
AgentSheets - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Social software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
History of Intelligent Agents
Intelligent Agents Project

Network topology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scale-free network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Robotics and Intelligent Systems Program