The journal LOVOTICS is Fully referred journal in Advanced Robotics. Lovotics refers to the research of human-to-robot or even robot-to-robot romantic relationship. We refer to such relationships as Lovotic. These relationships offer new possibilities for exploring the concept and possibilities of human love. The first step in Lovotics is to develop a deep understanding of the physics, physiology and emotions of the human being in order to model this in the robot. Lovotics should be considered as multidisciplinary research field utilizing fundamentals concepts from philosophy, psychology, biology, anthropology, neuroscience, social science, robotics, computer science, engineering and artificial intelligence.
Modern robots, like todays smartphones, are complex devices with intricate software systems. Introductory robot programming courses must evolve to reflect this reality, by teaching students to make use of the sophisticated tools their robots provide rather than reimplementing basic algorithms. This paper focuses on teaching with Tekkotsu, an open source robot application development framework designed specifically for education. But, the curriculum described here can also be taught using ROS, the Robot Operating System that is now widely used for robotics research.
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