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Robotic Soccer

By Lima, Pedro

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Book Id: WPLBN0003842534
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Reproduction Date: 2015

Title: Robotic Soccer  
Author: Lima, Pedro
Language: English
Subject: Soccer Roboticists, Ai and Robotics, Programming
Collections: Online Programming Books
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Publisher: I-tech Education and Publishing


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Description: Reasoning, multi-criteria decision-making, behavior and team coordination, cooperative perception, localization, mobility systems (namely omni-directional wheeled motion, as well as quadruped and biped locomotion, all strongly developed within RoboCup), and even a couple of papers on a topic apparently solved before Soccer Robotics – color segmentation – but for which several new algorithms were introduced since the mid-nineties by researchers on the field, to solve dynamic illumination and fast color segmentation problems, among others. This book is certainly a small sample of the research activity on Soccer Robotics going on around the globe as you read it, but it surely covers a good deal of what has been done in the field recently, and as such it works as a valuable source for researchers interested in the involved subjects, whether they are currently “soccer roboticists” or not.

Table of Contents
TOC : Communication and Collaboration in Heterogeneous Teams of Soccer Robots - Motion Detection and Object Tracking for an AIBO Robot Soccer Player - Comprehensive Omni-Directional Soccer Player Robots - Event-driven Hybrid Classifier Systems and Online Learning for Soccer Game Strategies - Robust and Accurate Detection of Object Orientation and ID without Color Segmentation - Behavior Acquisition in RoboCup Middle Size League Domain - Multicriterial Decision-Making Control of the Robot Soccer Team - Robust and Efficient Robot Vision Through Sampling - Robot Localisation Using a Distributed Multi-Modal Kalman Filter - Impossibles: A Fully Autonomous Four-Legged Robot Soccer Team - RoboCup@Home: Creating and Benchmarking Tomorrows Service Robot Applications - VolksBot – A Construction Kit for Multi-Purpose Robot Prototyping - Collaborative Localization and Gait Optimization of SharPKUngfu Team - Analysing the Difficulty of Learning Goal-Scoring Behaviour for Robot Soccer - Learning to Play Soccer with the SimpleSoccer Robot Soccer Simulator - Integrating Autonomous Behaviour and Team Coordination into an Embedded Architecture - Positioning in Robots Soccer - Non-Monotonic Reasoning on Board a Sony AIBO - Color Classification and Object Recognition for Robot Soccer Under Variable Illumination - Towards Model-based Vision Systems for Robot Soccer Teams - Probabilistic and Statistical Layered Approach for High-Level Decision Making in Soccer Simulation Robotics - Simulated Environment in Robot Soccer - A Robust and Scalable Pareto Optimal Ball Passing Algorithm for the Robotic Soccer - FC Portugal – High-Level Coordination Methodologies in Soccer Robotics - Desktop Robot Soccer - Embedded Behavioral Control of Four-legged Robots - A Comprehensive Framework for Perception in Robotic Soccer - Task Management for Soft Real-Time Applications Based on General Purpose Operating Systems - The Robotic Water Polo and Underwater Robot Cooperation Involved in the Game.


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