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ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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RoboCup X: A Proposal for a New League Where RoboCup Goes Real World
To put more emphasis on real-world problems, the authors propose to extend the RoboCup competitions. In order to foster progress in the desired abilities the authors propose to exp...
Tijn van der Zant, Thomas Wisspeintner
ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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Lightweight Management - Taming the RoboCup Development Process
RoboCup projects can face a lack of progress and continuity. The teams change continuously and knowledge gets lost. The approach used in previous years is no longer valid due to ru...
Tijn van der Zant, Paul-Gerhard Plöger
ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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An Application Interface for UCHILSIM and the Arrival of New Challenges
UCHILSIM is a robot simulator recently introduced in the RoboCup Four Legged League. A main attractive of the simulator is the possibility of reproducing with accuracy the dynamica...
Juan Cristóbal Zagal, Iván Sarmiento...
ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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Traction Control for a Rocker-Bogie Robot with Wheel-Ground Contact Angle Estimation
A method for kinematics modeling of a six-wheel Rocker-Bogie mobile robot is described in detail. The forward kinematics is derived by using wheel Jacobian matrices in conjunction...
Mongkol Thianwiboon, Viboon Sangveraphunsiri
ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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Self Task Decomposition for Modular Learning System Through Interpretation of Instruction by Coach
One of the most formidable issues of RL application to real robot tasks is how to find a suitable state space, and this has been much more serious since recent robots tends to hav...
Yasutake Takahashi, Tomoki Nishi, Minoru Asada
ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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Simultaneous Learning to Acquire Competitive Behaviors in Multi-agent System Based on Modular Learning System
The existing reinforcement learning approaches have been suffering from the policy alternation of others in multiagent dynamic environments. A typical example is a case of RoboCup...
Yasutake Takahashi, Kazuhiro Edazawa, Kentarou Nom...
ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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Laser-Based Localization with Sparse Landmarks
Abstract. Self-localization in dynamic environments is a central problem in mobile robotics and is well studied in the literature. One of the most popular methods is the Monte Carl...
Andreas Strack, Alexander Ferrein, Gerhard Lakemey...
ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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Keepaway Soccer: From Machine Learning Testbed to Benchmark
Keepaway soccer has been previously put forth as a testbed for machine learning. Although multiple researchers have used it successfully for machine learning experiments, doing so ...
Peter Stone, Gregory Kuhlmann, Matthew E. Taylor, ...
ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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Real-Time Diagnosis and Repair of Faults of Robot Control Software
Faults in hardware and software are not totally avoidable not even if the components are carefully designed, implemented and tested. In this paper we present a solution for detecti...
Gerald Steinbauer, Martin Mörth, Franz Wotawa
ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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Towards Eliminating Manual Color Calibration at RoboCup
Color calibration is a time-consuming, and therefore costly requirement for most robot teams at RoboCup. This paper presents an approach for autonomous color learning on-board a mo...
Mohan Sridharan, Peter Stone
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