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ICRA
2005
IEEE
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10 years 4 months ago
Game Theoretic Control for Robot Teams
— In the real world, noisy sensors and limited communication make it difficult for robot teams to coordinate in tightly coupled tasks. Team members cannot simply apply single-ro...
Rosemary Emery-Montemerlo, Geoffrey J. Gordon, Jef...
ECAI
2004
Springer
10 years 3 months ago
Game-Theoretic Agent Programming in Golog
We present the agent programming language GTGolog, which integrates explicit agent programming in Golog with gametheoretic multi-agent planning in Markov games. It is a generalizat...
Alberto Finzi, Thomas Lukasiewicz
EPIA
2009
Springer
10 years 3 months ago
Control and Monitoring of a Robotic Soccer Team: The Base Station Application
In robotic soccer, teams of autonomous robots play soccer according to rules similar to the official FIFA rules. The game is refereed by a human and his orders are communicated to ...
Nuno M. Figueiredo, António J. R. Neves, Nu...
IJHR
2008
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9 years 10 months ago
A Team of Humanoid Game commentators
We present our work on creating a team of two humanoid robot commentators for soccer games of teams of four AIBO robots. The two humanoids stand on the side lines of the field, aut...
Manuela M. Veloso, Nicholas Armstrong-Crews, Sonia...
AR
1998
124views more  AR 1998»
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The CMUnited-98 champion small-robot team
Robotic soccer presents a large spectrum of challenging research opportunities. In this article, we present the main research and technical contributions of our champion CMUnited-...
Manuela M. Veloso, Michael H. Bowling, Peter Stone
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