The course was challenging, but fulfilling. Thank you Coursera and University of Pennsylvania for giving this wonderful experience and opportunity that I might not experience in our local community!
The topic was very interesting, and the assignments weren't overly complicated. Overall, the lesson was fun and informative , despite the bugs in the learning tool(especially, the last assignment.)
par Ramachandran S•
A good course that gives you a brief info on various motion planning methods. A bit more techniques as well as a more complex assignments couldve been put together so that we could understand and implement better.
par Dwayne C•
A great course on Motion Planning for systems, I enjoyed it. I got stuck a few times during assignments, but due to a great community, I was able to pull through and gain a better understand of the course.
The course material and videos are very good. Small bugs in the exercise can be a bit of headache. Luckily, digging the community forum there is always a high chance to solve your issue.
A good and interesting course to get a fundamental understanding of how robots move. Not easy, but quite rewarding for the one who is willing to put some efforts into it.
par Hector D M P•
The last assignment had no hints. Also was extremely fragile with the grading. Step size cannot be fixed to a value, because otherwise the route count is wrong.
par James H•
I enjoyed this course, and learnt a lot. The only reason I'm not giving it 5/5 is that the programming assignments were a bit too easy, especially the last two.
par Aalap S•
Great Introductory Course. It is a bit short on course content, but teaches you enough to be able to learn from other sources such as research papers, etc.
par Yingjing F•
It's nice! I particularly like the programming homework. However, the course is pretty much beginner-level, and the course is too short (for only 4 weeks).
it's a nice to learn a lot from the course. Some of the assignment is quite difficult. But with the discussion forum's help, I can pass all of them.
the fundamental of planning algorithm, basic algorithm: Dijkstra, A*, RRT, artificial potential. Some exercises' requirement should be more detail.
the coding excercises were a challenge in this one.. but the content of the course made it very interesting and intriguing.
par Aditya R•
There should be more materials for completing the assignment problems. I find it Insufficient. The course overall is great!
par KAPI K M•
A more realistic and continuous map planning can be included to give the students experience of more real-life conditions.
par Gursimar S•
A lot of things to learn,but the programming assignment evaluate program does not help in finding mistakes.
par Alejandro M F•
This course gave me a good introduction to this field of Robotics, I'm really passionate about it. Thanks!
par Rimsha T•
This course is very helpfull to understand the motion planing. i learnt every concept from this cours
par NICHOLAS P•
Interesting course with fun programming assignments (challenging without being overly difficult.
par Guining O•
The course is well structured for beginners. The only problem was the assignment grading errors
par Stephen S•
Great class. For those with lots of programming experience this course is a little too easy.
par juha n•
The last assignment details were too vague. Spent a zhit ton of time rounding/not rounding.
par Andrey S•
Great course! I'm really enjoy it. Thanks a lot professor CJ Taylor and staff.
par Daniel J•
some of the assignments are unclear, need more detail. Over all great course.
par Himanshu S•
Conceptually good but knowledge of coding is a prerequisite for this course.
par Mohammed A•
The videos are short and to the point, and the Matlab home works are great.
par Neel P•
Could be improved. There is more need of involvement of mentors and TAs.