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The road to RoboCup 2050

H.D. Burkhard, D. Duhaut, M. Fujita, P. Lima, R. Murphy, R. Rojas
2002 IEEE robotics & automation magazine  
T he ultimate goal of the RoboCup initiative is stated as follows [1]: By mid-21st century, a team of fully autonomous humanoid robot soccer players shall win the soccer game, comply with the official  ...  The Year 2050 Goal What does it mean to implement human-like behavior in robots, and how can we make them perform better than JUNE 2002  ...  Keywords Autonomous robots, RoboCup, humanoid robots.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mra.2002.1019488 fatcat:4ufapwnppbdj5ocmor6jtjvq4u

20 Years of RoboCup

Alexander Ferrein, Gerald Steinbauer
2016 Künstliche Intelligenz  
With its 20th edition, RoboCup clearly is a success story and a role model for robotics competitions.  ...  This summer, RoboCup competitions were held for the 20th time in Leipzig, Germany. It was the second time that RoboCup took place in Germany, 10 years after the 2006 RoboCup in Bremen.  ...  In 2010, the standard SSL vision system was introduced [13] . Before, each team used their own cameras and vision systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13218-016-0449-5 fatcat:hm2mklghuvdvnltpmqs7hzumry

RoboCup Soccer Leagues

Daniele Nardi, Itsuk Noda, Fernando Ribeiro, Peter Stone, Oskar Von Stryk, Manuela Veloso
2014 The AI Magazine  
Full details on the status of the RoboCup soccer leagues, including league history and past results, upcoming competitions, and detailed rules and specifications are available from the league homepages  ...  In this article, we focus on RoboCup robot soccer, and present its five current leagues, which address complementary scientific challenges through different robot and physical setups.  ...  All the teams converged in choosing to use the allowed centralized perception and computation, and the league evolved to a common robot marking system, now processed by a common vision system, SSL-Vision  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v35i3.2549 fatcat:63h2luvzdbhqhdcn5ltv4l7qc4

RoboCup is a Stage which Impulse the Research of Basic Technology in Robot [chapter]

Cheng Xian-yi, Xia De-she
2005 Cutting Edge Robotics  
Acknowledgement This work was supported by the Foundation of Doctor Innovation in  ...  Global vision robots, by far the most common variety, use an overhead camera and off-field PC to identify and track the robots as they move around the field.  ...  Robots come in two flavors, those with local on-board vision sensors and those with global vision.  ... 
doi:10.5772/4663 fatcat:5j52inkf35gytpgiy5rd4dz33m

Robocup is a Stage which Impulse the Research of Basic Technology in Robot

Xianyi Cheng, Jigang Zhang, Jia Ke
2006 2006 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics  
Acknowledgement This work was supported by the Foundation of Doctor Innovation in  ...  Global vision robots, by far the most common variety, use an overhead camera and off-field PC to identify and track the robots as they move around the field.  ...  Robots come in two flavors, those with local on-board vision sensors and those with global vision.  ... 
doi:10.1109/robio.2006.340359 dblp:conf/robio/ChengZK06 fatcat:y2zgnndhjnepfa6njl2qbwyiuy

RoboCup: 10 Years of Achievements and Future Challenges

Ubbo Visser, Hans-Dieter Burkhard
2007 The AI Magazine  
■ Will we see autonomous humanoid robots that play (and win) soccer against the human soccer world champion in the year 2050? This question is not easy to answer, and the idea is quite visionary.  ...  RoboCup is also about the nature of intelligence, and playing soccer acts as a performance measure of systems that contain artificial intelligence-in much the same way chess has been used over the last  ...  The results were compiled by the organizing committee members of RoboCup 2006 and in particular by Sven Behnke, Andreas Birk, Joschka Boedecker, Carlos Cardeira, Alexander Kleiner, Tim Laue, Paul Plöger  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v28i2.2044 dblp:journals/aim/VisserB07 fatcat:pamc2sytwzfidk3axiil5l5yni

On the Progress of Soccer Simulation Leagues [chapter]

Hidehisa Akiyama, Klaus Dorer, Nuno Lau
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Soccer simulation league is one of the founding leagues of RoboCup. In this paper we discuss the past, present and planned future achievements and changes.  ...  Also we summarize the connections and inter-league achievements of this league and provide an overview of the community contributions that made this league successful.  ...  to a global vision perceptor.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-18615-3_49 fatcat:265q6c2ffbfcze6chgtqga7pe4

SSL-Vision: The Shared Vision System for the RoboCup Small Size League [chapter]

Stefan Zickler, Tim Laue, Oliver Birbach, Mahisorn Wongphati, Manuela Veloso
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The current RoboCup Small Size League rules allow every team to set up their own global vision system as a primary sensor.  ...  In this paper, we describe the current state of SSL-Vision, i. e. its software architecture as well as the approaches used for image processing and camera calibration, together with the intended process  ...  One example for tracking humanoid soccer robots with an SSL vision system is shown in [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-11876-0_37 fatcat:wn4x27pudbdmbjjnmc42kkp554

Стан та перспективи розвитку командної взаємодії роботів на прикладі змагань світового турніру «RoboСup»

Л. Романенко, О. Фіногенов, О. Бондаренко
2021 Adaptivni Sistemi Avtomatičnogo Upravlinnâ  
In 2010, a standard SSL vision system was introduced, but previously each team used its own cameras and surveillance systems.  ...  the humanoid robot.  ... 
doi:10.20535/1560-8956.37.2020.226803 fatcat:dy7jzqc2jzavlddtwtf7impe4e

AutoRef: Towards Real-Robot Soccer Complete Automated Refereeing [chapter]

Danny Zhu, Joydeep Biswas, Manuela Veloso
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Preparing for robot soccer competitions by empirically evaluating different possible game strategies has been rather limited in leagues using real robots.  ...  AutoRef purposefully only uses the same visual and game information provided in SSL games with physical robots, which it uses to compute the features needed by the rules and to make decisions to transition  ...  It is capable of operating with the CMDragons soccer simulator, in which case it can run whole games automatically, and with real robots and vision, in which case it can support a human referee.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-18615-3_34 fatcat:3c33rp4qznc3tdm6dzhgbvj5b4

Multi-Observation Sensor Resetting Localization with Ambiguous Landmarks

Brian Coltin, Manuela Veloso
2011 PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTIETH AAAI CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE TWENTY-EIGHTH INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CONFERENCE  
We demonstrate experimentally in the robot soccer domain on the NAO humanoid robots that Multi-Observation Sensor Resetting converges more efficiently to the robot's true position than standard sensor  ...  resetting, and is more robust to systematic vision errors.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was partially sponsored by the Office of Naval Research under grant number N00014-09-1-1031.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aaai.v25i1.7983 fatcat:pbgzvckci5fd3njt4o7kgmv6na

Multi-observation sensor resetting localization with ambiguous landmarks

Brian Coltin, Manuela Veloso
2013 Autonomous Robots  
We demonstrate experimentally in the robot soccer domain on the NAO humanoid robots that Multi-Observation Sensor Resetting converges more efficiently to the robot's true position than standard sensor  ...  resetting, and is more robust to systematic vision errors.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was partially sponsored by the Office of Naval Research under grant number N00014-09-1-1031.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10514-013-9347-y fatcat:62utgyjhszeg7hxhvwjjxfzyv4

Batch Reinforcement Learning on a RoboCup SSL Keepaway Strategy Learning Problem

Franco Ollino, Miguel A. Solís, Héctor Allende
2019 CRoNe2018: 4th Congress on Robotics and Neuroscience  
Robotic soccer provides an adversarial scenario where collaborative agents have to execute actions by following a hand-coded or a learned strategy, which in the case of the Small Size League, is given  ...  This work takes advantage of this centralized approach for modelling the keepaway strategy learning problem which is inherently multi-agent, as a single-agent problem, where now each robot forms part of  ...  Test domain: RoboCup SSL RoboCup presents a challenging domain where a team of robots have to play a soccer match against another robotic team, where the particular assumptions on the game varies across  ... 
doi:10.21428/5b03f636 dblp:conf/crone/OllinoSA18 fatcat:6baptuad7fge3llfpefnshgreq

Event-based automated refereeing for robot soccer

Danny Zhu, Manuela Veloso
2016 Autonomous Robots  
The RoboCup Small Size League (SSL) is a robot soccer game with robots that play on a customized field with overhead cameras.  ...  However, another critical component of a robot game is the referee. In current SSL games, refereeing is done by humans, who use a "referee box" that passes their calls to the robots.  ...  The humanoid soccer leagues, for example, focus on bipedal walking and ball manipulation; the SSL focuses on centralized planning and fast reactions in a dynamic environment; the MSL, which uses roughly  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10514-016-9607-8 fatcat:mobpm3cdjrhz5hju7gren5moty

A Quadruped Robot for RoboCup Legged Robot Challenge in Paris '98 [chapter]

Masahiro Fujita, Stephane Zrehen, Hiroaki Kitano
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
One of the ultimate dream in robotics is to create life-like robotics systems, such as humanoid robot and animal-like legged robot.  ...  However, numbers of challenges exists before any o f s u c h robot to be elded in the real world.  ...  Had it not been for their support and preparation, the event "RoboCup-98 Legged Robot Exhibition !I would not have been a big success like that.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48422-1_10 fatcat:4a7ikitbcfctljhq43eexvmy2y
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