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The Winning Advantage: Using Opponent Models in Robot Soccer

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The Winning Advantage: Using Opponent Models in Robot Soccer
Opponent modeling is a skill in multi-agent systems (MAS) which attempts to create a model of the behavior of the opponent. This model can be used to predict the future actions of the opponent and generate appropriate strategies to play against it. Several researches present different methods to create an opponent model in the RoboCup environment. However, how these models can impact the performance of teams is an essential aspect. This paper introduces a novel approach to use efficiently opponent models in order to improve our own team behavior. The basis of this approach is the research done by CAOS Coach Team for modeling and recognizing behaviors evaluated in the RoboCup Coach Competition 2006. For using these models, it is necessary a special agent (coach) which can model the observed opponent team (based on the previous research) and communicate a counter-strategy to the coached players (using the approach proposed in this paper). The evaluation of this approach is a hard proble...
José Antonio Iglesias, Juan Antonio Fern&aa
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IDEAL
Authors José Antonio Iglesias, Juan Antonio Fernández, Ignacio Ramon Villena, Agapito Ledezma, Araceli Sanchís
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