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Welcome to WikiProject Robotics. Some Wikipedians have formed this collaboration resource and group dedicated to improving Wikipedia's coverage of Robotics and the organization of information and articles on this topic. This page and its subpages contain their suggestions and various resources; it is hoped that this project will help to focus the efforts of other Wikipedians interested in the topic. If you would like to help, please join the project, inquire on the talk page and see the to-do list below.
|Robotics articles by quality and importance|
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- 1 Goals
- 2 Scope
- 3 Article Guidelines
- 4 Article Alerts
- 5 Participants
- 6 Robotics coverage on Wikipedia
- 7 Templates
- 8 Resources
- 9 External links
- To improve Wikipedia articles related to robotics development, technology, research, and other related areas
- To refine and maintain the navigation subsystems for browsing robotics. See Outline of robotics and Category:Robotics.
- To keep this project active and constantly improving
- To upgrade a majority of robotics-related articles to B-Class and above, and eventually push articles into WP:FA and WP:GA
- To promote an active Wikipedia community of robotics users
- To update all outdated information regarding robotics and to promote active collaboration through various sub-projects
- To give recognition to and to promote robotics related activities such as workshops and competitions held anywhere in the world.
- Coverage of robotics from AUVs to MARS rovers, Robby to ASIMO, and nanorobotics to the SLS
- Coverage of popular robots
- Coverage of the current state of development, research, and software for robots of any kind: prototypes, hobbyist and educational projects, and robots used by consumers, industries and governments
- Biographies of living persons related to robotics development will be placed in this WikiProject on a case-by-case basis
- Articles for deletion
- 19 Jan 2016 – Michigan Mars Rover Team was AfDed by Uncle Milty (t · c); see discussion (4 participants; relisted)
- 13 Jan 2016 – FlyTech Dragonfly AfDed by The Bushranger (t · c) was closed as keep by DavidLeighEllis (t · c) on 27 Jan 2016; see discussion (7 participants; relisted)
- Proposed deletions
- 04 Feb 2016 – Big Robot was PRODed by Anarchyte (t · c): Too soon for an article, it currently does not prove notability.
- Requested moves
- 04 Feb 2016 – Real Robot is requested to be moved by 184.108.40.206 (t · c); see discussion
- 04 Feb 2016 – Super Robot is requested to be moved by 220.127.116.11 (t · c); see discussion
- 02 Feb 2016 – X (incubator) is requested to be moved by Natural RX (t · c); see discussion
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Robotics coverage on Wikipedia
- List of basic robotics topics - this is a topic outline of the subject as well as a site-map of Wikipedia's coverage of it. It is this WikiProject's responsibility to refine and maintain this important reference and navigation resource.
- Category:Robotics articles by quality
- Category:WikiProject Robotics
- Category:Robotics articles needing attention
- Other categories to look at for articles relating to robotics
- Category:Artificial intelligence
- Category:Machine learning
- ... that Jean-Claude Latombe's motion planning algorithm Probabilistic Roadmap Method not only applies to robotic motion planning, but can also be used in protein trajectories simulations? (October 20, 2008)
- ... that John J. Leonard, a professor at MIT CSAIL, developed a vision-based simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) algorithm for mapping the RMS Titanic? (October 13, 2008)
- ... that Matthew T. Mason, a professor of robotics at Carnegie Mellon University, developed the first origami-folding robot in 2004? (October 8, 2008)
- ... that a flower robot mimics the appearance of a common flower and contains simple sensing and home appliance functionalities, thus making it a service robot? (August 22, 2008)
- ... that Henrik I. Christensen, a Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology, was the founder of the European Robotics Research Network (EURON)? (August 2, 2008)
- ... that the exploration problem in robotics is that of maximizing knowledge over an area by the use of a robot? (July 19, 2008)
- ... that the extended Kalman filter is often considered the de facto standard in nonlinear state estimation? (July 18, 2008)
- ... that the Vector Field Histogram (VFH) algorithm used in robotic motion planning received two major updates after its original creation in 1991, which were renamed as VFH+ and VFH*? (July 16, 2008)
- ... that omnidirectional cameras have a 360-degree field of view and have been used in robotics to solve the simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) problem visually? (July 16, 2008)
- ... that on the Mars Exploration Rover (artist's impression pictured), a technique known as visual odometry allowed the rover to estimate its position and orientation using only camera images? (July 11, 2008)
Please feel free to list your new Robotics-related articles here (newer articles at the top, please). Any new articles that have an interesting or unusual fact in them, are at least over 1,000 characters, don't have any dispute templates on them, and cite their sources, should be suggested for the Did you know? box on the Wikipedia Main Page.
- Termite-inspired robots
- Middleware for Robotic Applications
- MetraLabs GmbH
- Homayoon Kazerooni
- American robotics
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