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The Robot World Cup Initiative (R, oboCup) is attempt to foster AI and intelligent rohoties research by providing a standard problem where wide range of technologies especially concerning multi-agent research (:an be integrated and examined. The first RoboCup competition is to be, heht at. IJCAI-97, Nagoya. In order for a robot team to actually perform a(More)
The Robot World-Cup Soccer (RoboCup) is an attempt to foster AI and intelligent robotics research by providing a standard problem where a wide range of technologies can be integrated and examined. The first RoboCup competition will be held at the Fifteenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Nagoya, Japan. A robot team must actually(More)
This paper describes Soccer Server, a simulator of the game of soccer designed as a test-bench for evaluating multi-agent systems and cooperative algorithms. In real life, successful soccer teams require many qualities, such as basic ball control skills, the ability to carry out plans, and teamwork. We believe that simulating such behaviors is a signicant(More)
RoboCup Challenge oers a set of challenges for intelligent agent researchers using a friendly competition in a dynamic, real-time, multi-agent domain. While RoboCup in general envisions longer range challenges over the next few decades, RoboCup Challenge presents three specic challenges for the next two years: (i) learning of individual agents and teams;(More)
In an attempt to promote artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics research, RoboCup (Robot World Cup) was organized to provide a common environment for the evaluation of various theories, algorithms, and agent architectures [2]. In order for the robot (physical robot and software agent) to play a soccer game reasonably well, a wide range of technologies(More)
ligence. There were two leagues: (1) real robot and (2) simulation. Ten teams participated in the real-robot league and 29 teams in the simulation league. Over 150 researchers attended the technical workshop. The world champions are CMUNITED (Carnegie Mellon University) for the small-size league, DREAMTEAM (University of Southern Califor-nia) and TRACKIES(More)