- The articulation stack is a free implementation on my work on learning kinematic models for articulated objects.
- Zora, an open-source simulator for robotic manipulators that I used for running my experiments on body schema learning, imitation learning and tactile sensing. It was also used in various student projects on force control, kinematic learning and imitation teaching.
- Resources of my Master Thesis Project. The page includes the source code and binary memory stick images that can directly be run on a Sony Aibo.
- 64-bit Ubuntu linux, the most used Linux distribution.
- Pdflatex from the Tetex distribution is a good choice for writing scientific publications. I recommend Kile as a good latex editor with syntax completion as a good graphical editor. I use Inkscape for creating graphics (save as svg and pdf); the textext plugin allows to write latex formulas directly in Inkscape. I consider gnuplot to be outdated, and recommend instead TikZ and pgfplots for creating scientific drawings and plots.
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