Learn More
The coordination methodologies of CAMBADA, a robotic soccer team designed to participate in the RoboCup middle-size league (MSL), are presented. The approach, which relies on information sharing and integration within the team, is based on formations, flexible positionings and dynamic role and positioning assignment. Role/positioning assignment follows a(More)
In the wake of 21<sup>st</sup> century progress, there is a huge demand for trained bioinformaticians to fulfill growing industry needs. As such, increasing numbers of Computer Science graduate students and researchers pursue their education and career in this promising field. There is the problem of a potential communication gap, faced by budding(More)
The Micro-Rato Contest of the University of Aveiro is a competition among small autonomous mobile robots that is organized by the Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics Department of that institution. The contest aims at promoting, in a festival-like environment, the practical and integrated use of several topics typically taught in electronics and(More)
This paper describes the CAMBADA middle-size robotic soccer team for the purpose of qualification to RoboCup'2008. Last year improvements have been made mostly in the vision system, in the high-level coordination and control and in the information integration and localization. Previous experience of some elements of the team in the RoboCup Simulation League(More)
In recent years, with the advances of the Internet and e-learning technologies, a blended mode of learning, which effectively combines the traditional face-to-face learning and e-learning, has evolved. Yet, this blended learning mode is not widely adopted in higher education. One major reason is that teachers are not familiar with the practices of designing(More)
  • 1