Clockwork Orange: The Dutch RoboSoccer Team

@inproceedings{Spaan2001ClockworkOT,
  title={Clockwork Orange: The Dutch RoboSoccer Team},
  author={M. Spaan and M. Wiering and Robert Bartelds and R. Donkervoort and P. Jonker and F. Groen},
  booktitle={RoboCup},
  year={2001}
}
The Dutch RoboSoccer Team, called “Clockwork Orange”1 is a Dutch research project in which 3 universities participate: the University of Amsterdam, the Delft University of Technology, and University Utrecht. In this research project we study multi agent systems in general and multi robot systems in particular, as we participate in the RoboCup middle-size league. Due to severe hardware problems Utrecht University could sadly not contribute to the team this year. 
Team Coordination among Robotic Soccer Players
RoboCup Middle Size League Bibliography
UvA@Home 2017 Standard Platform Proposal
UvA @ Home Team Description paper 2017
Vision Software for a Humanoid Soccer Robot
PDA Based Real-Time Vision for a Small Autonomous Mobile Robot

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