In the previous lesson, we became familiar with ROS services and learned how to create a client and server package and what the differences were between these and the subscriber-publisher architecture.
The goal of this lesson from the ROS tutorial series is to introduce you to ROS Parameter Server, what it is, and how you can manipulate it via the terminal and in written code, as well as creating, recording, playing, and reading ROS Bags.
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