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ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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Combining Exploration and Ad-Hoc Networking in RoboCup Rescue
Martijn N. Rooker, Andreas Birk 0002
ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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Evolutionary Gait-Optimization Using a Fitness Function Based on Proprioception
Abstract. This paper presents a new approach to optimize gait parameter sets using evolutionary algorithms. It separates the crossover-step of the evolutionary algorithm into an in...
Thomas Röfer
ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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Optic Flow Based Skill Learning for a Humanoid to Trap, Approach to, and Pass a Ball
Generation of a sequence of behaviors is necessary for the RoboCup Humanoid league to realize not simply a individual robot performance but also cooperative ones between robots. A ...
Masaki Ogino, Masaaki Kikuchi, Jun'ichiro Ooga, Ma...
ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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Approaching Urban Disaster Reality: The ResQ Firesimulator
The RoboCupRescue Simulation project aims at simulating large-scale disasters in order to explore coordination strategies helpful for real-life rescue missions. This can only be ac...
Timo A. Nüssle, Alexander Kleiner, Michael Br...
ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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A New Omnidirectional Vision Sensor for Monte-Carlo Localization
In this paper, we present a new approach for omnidirectional vision-based self-localization in the RoboCup Middle-Size League. The omnidirectional vision sensor is used as a range ...
Emanuele Menegatti, Alberto Pretto, Enrico Pagello
ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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Navigation Controllability of a Mobile Robot Population
In this paper, the problem of determining if a population of mobile robots is able to travel from an initial conguration to a target conguration is addressed. This problem is rel...
Francisco A. Melo, M. Isabel Ribeiro, Pedro U. Lim...
ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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Predicting Opponent Actions by Observation
In competitive domains, the knowledge about the opponent can give players a clear advantage. This idea lead us in the past to propose an approach to acquire models of opponents, ba...
Agapito Ledezma, Ricardo Aler, Araceli Sanch&iacut...
ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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A Behavior Architecture for Autonomous Mobile Robots Based on Potential Fields
Abstract. This paper describes a behavior-based architecture which integrates existing potential field approaches concerning motion planning as well as the evaluation and selectio...
Tim Laue, Thomas Röfer
ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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Optimizing Precision of Self-Localization in the Simulated Robotics Soccer
We show that all published visual data processing methods for the simulated robotic soccer so far were not utilizing all available information, because they were mainly based on he...
Vadim Kyrylov, David Brokenshire, Eddie Hou
ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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Map-Based Multiple Model Tracking of a Moving Object
In this paper we propose an approach for tracking a moving target using Rao-Blackwellised particle filters. Such filters represent posteriors over the target location by a mixtur...
Cody C. T. Kwok, Dieter Fox
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