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Using Simulated RoboCup to Teach AI in Undergraduate Education

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Using Simulated RoboCup to Teach AI in Undergraduate Education
In this paper we argue that RoboCup is a useful tool for the teaching of AI in undergraduate education. We provide case studies, from two Swedish universities, of how RoboCup based AI courses can be implemented using a problem based approach. Although the courses were successful there are significant areas for improvement. Firstly, to help students cope with the complexity of the domain we developed RoboSoc, a general software framework for developing simulated RoboCup agents. Secondly, we propose creating close co-operation between the teachers and researchers at Scandinavian Universities with the aim of increasing the motivation of both students and teachers by providing accessible information and competence.
Fredrik Heintz, Johan Kummeneje, Paul Scerri
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where SCAI
Authors Fredrik Heintz, Johan Kummeneje, Paul Scerri
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