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Topics include theory of electromagnetic radiation, production and propagation of electromagnetic waves, and the solution of boundary-value problems with applications to optics, wave guides, and lasers. If the two vectors are perpendicular, the dot product is zero. Specific planning techniques to be covered include: means-ends analysis, linear and non-linear planning, GraphPlan, SatPlan, hierarchical planning, conditional planning, probabilistic planning using Markov models (MDPs and POMDPs), integration of planning, perception and execution, execution monitoring and replanning, planning and learning, and robot (geometric) planning.

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