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Course Textbooks

There are no required textbooks for this course. The following is a list of optional but useful references for different parts of the course.


We provide you with a short and useful set of math and system primers. Math primers would be useful to brush up some of the basic concepts that you may find useful for upcoming lectures. Further, system primers will quickly take you through the tools you would need to work on the homework assignments.


In this course, you may need to read a lot of documentation related to Python and ROS when trying to work through the homework assignments.

Official resources for you to refer to:

Throughout the semester, if you find any external resource (especially one that isn’t linked above) particularly helpful, please let us know!

Additional Resources

Mental health is a very important issue on campus. It is essential that the students know that they are not alone and there are resources and support groups to help them in their life at Cornell. Refer to the resource guide compiled by the members of EARS, Reflect, and Body Positive Cornell.

According to Cornell’s Mask Mandate, all students are required to wear a mask in the class and during office hours. Students unable to wear a mask or face covering due to a medical condition or other protected reason should contact Student Disability Services.

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