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Autonomous mobile robots are ever increasing their number of different applications, even in ludic application or in sports. In the last few years, several competitions of football have been organised with lots of teams participating. This paper describes an Autonomous Mobile Robot which plays football and it was developed at the Industrial Electronics(More)
This paper describes an Autonomous Mobile Robot team which plays football, developed by the Group of Automation and Robotics at the (Portugal). In this competition each team is free to use and/or build all the different electronics, sensory systems, playing algorithms, etc. as far as they cope with the rules imposed by the organisation. Instead of using(More)
The purpose of this study was to compare the tactical behaviours performed by youth soccer players in a small-sided, according to different goalposts of Society Soccer (6m x 2m) and Futsal (3m x 2m). The players performed 146 tactical actions in the field with goalposts of Soccer Society and 536 in the field with goalposts of Futsal. Descriptive analysis(More)
This study aimed to compare the tactical behaviours performed by youth soccer players from four different age groups, using the " GK3-3GK test ". For such a purpose, 52 players (16 Under-11s, 12 Under-13s, 12 Under-15s and 12 Under-19s) from four Portuguese teams have been analyzed. These players performed 2853 tactical actions. It was carried out(More)
The aim of this study is to compare game principles performed by 18 youth soccer players taking into account the tactical principles of the game, the action's place and respective outcome. The sample comprised 763 tactical actions performed by soccer players from one Portuguese club. The test "GK3-3GK" was used to provide the evaluation of tactical actions(More)
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