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Robotic soccer is a challenging research domain which involves multiple agents that need to collaborate in an adversarial environment to achieve specific objectives. In this paper, we describe CMUnited, the team of small robotic agents that we developed to enter the RoboCup-97 competition. We designed and built the robotic agents, devised the appropriate(More)
Automated recognition of the behavior of robots is increasingly needed in a variety of tasks, as we develop more autonomous robots and general information processing agents. For example, in environments with multiple autonomous robots, a robot may need to make decisions based on the behavior of the other robots. As another interesting example, an(More)
Robotic soccer is a challenging research domain which involves multiple agents that need to collaborate in an adversarial environment to achieve specific objectives. In this paper, we describe CMUnited-97, the team of small robotic agents that we developed to enter the RoboCup-97 competition. We designed and built the robotic agents, devised the appropriate(More)
Robotic soccer involves multiple agents that need to collaborate in an adversarial environment to achieve speciic objectives. In this paper, we describe the robotic agents and architecture that we have developed to enter RoboCup-97. The framework integrates high-level and low-level reasoning as an overall wireless communication system of small-size robots,(More)
Robotic soccer is a challenging research domain which involves multiple agents that need to collaborate in an adversarial environment to achieve specific objectives. In this paper, we describe CMUnited, the team of small robotic agents that we developed to enter the RoboCup-97 competition. We designed and built the robotic agents, devised the appropriate(More)
In this paper, we present the main research contributions of our champion CMUnited-98 small robot team. The team is a multi-agent system in the robotic soccer entertainment application area. The robotic system has global perception and distributed cognition and action. We describe the main features of the hardware design of the physical robots, including di(More)
The CMUnited small-robot team became the 1998 RoboCup small-robot league champion, repeating its 1997 victory. CMUnited-98 built upon the success of CMUnited-97, and involved a number of improvements. This article gives an overview of the CMUnited-98 team, focusing on this year’s improvements. It concludes with the results of the RoboCup 98 competition.