Thijs Jeffry de Haas

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When developing software for autonomous robots, the aspect of behavior engineering is, among tasks such as sensing, state estimation, and motion control, of major importance. Current solutions range from basic behavior-based approaches to sophisticated reasoning systems, in each case depending on the complexity of the robot's task as well as the available(More)
B-Human is a joint RoboCup team of the Universität Bremen and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI). The team consists of numerous students as well as three researchers. The latter have already been active in a number of RoboCup teams such as the GermanTeam and the Bremen Byters (both Four-Legged League), B-Human and the(More)
B-Human is a joint RoboCup team of the Universität Bremen and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI). The team consists of numerous undergraduate students as well as two researchers from both institutes. The latter have already been active in a number of RoboCup teams such as the GermanTeam and the Bremen Byters (both Four-Legged(More)
B-Human is a joint RoboCup team of the Universität Bremen and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI). The team consists of numerous undergraduate students as well as two researchers. The latter have already been active in a number of RoboCup teams such as the GermanTeam and the Bremen Byters (both Four-Legged League), B-Human and the(More)
When developing software for autonomous robots, the aspect of behavior engineering is, among tasks such as sensing, state estimation, and motion control, of major importance. Current solutions range from basic behavior-based approaches to sophisticated reasoning systems, in each case depending on the complexity of the robot’s task as well as the available(More)
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