Beginning Robotics Programming in Java with LEGO Mindstorms

Beginning Robotics Programming in Java with LEGO Mindstorms

Apress | Hardware & Maker | December 10. 2016 | ISBN-10: 1484220048 | 234 Pages | PDF | 8.45 MB

Authors: Lu, Wei
Learn how to build a LEGO EV3 robot step-by-step
Learn to Create and upload a Java program into LEGO EV3
Learn Java programming for motors

This book will show you the difference between making a robot move and making a robot think. Using Mindstorms EV3 and LeJOS-an open source project for Java Mindstorms projects-you'll learn how to create Artificial Intelligence for your bot. Your robot will learn how to problem solve, how to plan, how to learn, and how to communicate. Along the way, you'll learn about classical AI algorithms for teaching hardware how to think, algorithms that you can then apply to your own robotic inspirations.
If you've ever wanted to learn about robotic intelligence in a practical, playful way, Beginning Robotics Programming in Java with LEGO Mindstorms is for you.
What you'll learn:
Build your first LEGO EV3 robot step-by-step
Install LeJOS and its firmware on Lego EV3
Create and upload your first Java Program into Lego EV3
LeJOS API Functions
Java Programming for Motors
Robotics Behavior Programming with Sensors
Common AI Algorithms like DFS, BFS, and Dijkstra's Algorithm
Java Multithreading Programming with Lego EV3
Who this book is for:

Students, teachers, and makers with basic Java programming experience who want to learn how to apply Artificial Intelligence to a practical robotic system.

Number of Pages
XV, 234
Number of Illustrations and Tables
67 illustrations in colour
Hardware and Maker
Control Structures and Microprogramming
Programming Languages, Compilers, Interpreters


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