Automated Robot Behavior Recognition Applied to Robotic Soccer

  title={Automated Robot Behavior Recognition Applied to Robotic Soccer},
  author={Kwun Han and Manuela M. Veloso},
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 intelligent narrator agent observing a robot will need to automatically identify the robot's behaviors. In this paper, we introduce a novel framework… CONTINUE READING
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