RoboCup: Robot World Cup

@article{Kitano1998RoboCupRW,
  title={RoboCup: Robot World Cup},
  author={H. Kitano and M. Asada and I. Noda and H. Matsubara},
  journal={XRDS},
  year={1998},
  volume={4},
  pages={8-10}
}
In an attempt to promote artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics research, RoboCup (Robot World Cup) was organized to provide a common environment for the evaluation of various theories, algorithms, and agent architectures [2]. In order for the robot (physical robot and software agent) to play a soccer game reasonably well, a wide range of technologies need to be integrated. The range of technologies spans both AI and robotics research, including the design of autonomous agents, multi-agent… Expand
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