CMDragons: Dynamic passing and strategy on a champion robot soccer team

  title={CMDragons: Dynamic passing and strategy on a champion robot soccer team},
  author={James Bruce and Stefan Zickler and Mmichael Licitra and Manuela M. Veloso},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation},
After several years of developing multiple RoboCup small-size robot soccer teams, our CMDragons robot team achieved a highly successful level of performance, winning both the 2006 and 2007 competitions without losing a single game. Our small-size team consists of five executing wheeled robots with centralized, off-board perception and decision making. The decision making framework consists of a set of layered components, consisting of perception, evaluation and strategy, robot tactics and… CONTINUE READING
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