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    P=Project   E=Experiment   C=Circuit
    Control and Automation Projects
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    Improving learning through auto-generated study questions [P] [P]
    An Application of Artificial Neural Networks to Decentralized Cooperative Navigation [E]
    Calculating the 3D position of an object from a single source using rotating magnetic fields [P]
    Build Statues That Come Alive When They See You [E]
    The Behavior of a Swarm of Simple Robots Expressing Collective Intelligence [E]
    Force Sensing Techniques for Robotic Arms [E]
    Build a dancing robot and improve its design to make it sturdier. [E]
    Compare the performance of solar and battery power for a bristlebot in different weather conditions. [E]
    Build a basic obstacle-avoiding robot and improve the design to help it avoid getting stuck. [E]
    Find an affordable (less than 100 dollars) and simple way to build a robot that would be able to walk through different terrains nearly as well as the LittleDog. [E]
    A Novel Implementation of Image Processing and Machine Learning for Early Diagnosis of Melanoma [P]
    Build a Self-Driving Robot that Can Automatically Follow a Line [E]
    Build a light-tracking robot and adjust the design to improve the robot's performance. [E]
    Build a motion-activated guard robot and adjust its behavior to avoid false alarms. [E]
    Use a Computer to Design, Simulate, & Race Robots with VoxCAD [E]
    Build a vibrating robot that generates drawings and investigate how attaching different weights to the motor changes the way it draws (primary school). [E]
    Build different versions of the BristleBot and see which type goes the fastest (primary school). [E]
    Use a LEGO Mindstorms kit to build a robotic dog that you train to "walk" using a flashlight as a virtual leash (elementary school). [E]
    Build a LEGO Mindstorms robot that you can push and pull by programming it to maintain a preset distance from your hand (elementary school). [E]
    What are the important variables to consider when you are building an automated solar tracking system with Arduino? [P]
    Build an All-Terrain Robot [E]
    Build a Robot to Protect Your Treasures [E]
    Build a robot from VEX parts and a colored marker that creates art. [E]
    Build a robot bug from toothbrushes, two motors, and two light sensors that can steer left or right toward a light source. [E]
    Define whether the distance that a robot can run correctly in a maze is dependent on the amount of time spent on programming. [P]
    Computer-based Automatic Music Creation through Analysis of Existing Music Pieces [E]
    Computer vs. Human: Exploring AI in the Game Blokus [E]
    Determine the best algorithm for strategy games. [E]
    Is it possible to translate English instructions into compilable code that a robot can execute? [P]
    Teaching the Computer to Play Tic-Tac-Toe [E]
    Building Robots with LEGO® Mindstorms® [E]
    Discover if a human is better than a program for controlling a robot. [E]
    Build a voice controlled robot. [E]
    Determining the Accuracy of an Ultrasonic Proximity Sensor vs. an IR Proximity Sensor using Autonomous Robots [E]
    The use of a potentiometer for a conceptual human-robotic interface. [E] [P] [P]
    Finding a practical mathematical function for f(x) with genetic algorithms. [E] [P]
    Distributed Robotics: An Intelligent System [P]
    Artificial Neural Networks that Decode Commands Embedded in the Temporal Density of Neural Spike Sequences [E]
    Intelligent Intersections in Various Vehicle Traffic Networks and the Resulting Changes in Network Efficiency [E] [E]
    Minimizing the Effect of GPS Multipath on a Autonomous Mobile Vehicle [E] [E] [E] [E]
    Can a Braitenberg Vehicle React to Sound? [E]
    Which batteries provide power at a consistent rate for robotics efficient use. [E]
    The Effect of Error Correction Routines on the Efficiency of a Robot [P]
    Build a Small 2 Level Robot (SmallBot) [C]
    Content-Based Image Retrieval [E]
    Build a walking robot [P]
    Research Robotic Warfare [E]
    A neural network slowly trained to recognize the difference between single and double colonies of bacteria [P] [E]
    Robots in everyday life [P]
    A robot controlled by artificial intelligence (AI) [P]
    Write the software and create the hardware required to autonomously solve a Rubik's cube. [E] [E]
    An Artificial Intelligence Project in Computer-Based Music Composition [E] [E]
    Repeat Georgetown-IBM experiment (influential demonstration of machine translation, which took place on January 7, 1954, involved fully automatic translation of more than sixty Russian sentences into English.) [E] [E]
    Improve a computer interactive program by using the Wizard of Oz experiment [E] [E]
    Control and Automation Projects
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