RoboCup 2011 Humanoid League Winners

  title={RoboCup 2011 Humanoid League Winners},
  author={Daniel D. Lee and Seung-Joon Yi and Stephen G. McGill and Yida Zhang and Sven Behnke and Marcell Missura and Hannes Schulz and Dennis W. Hong and Jeakweon Han and Michael A. Hopkins},
Over the past few years, soccer-playing humanoid robots advanced significantly. Elementary skills, such as bipedal walking, visual perception, and collision avoidance have matured enough to allow for dynamic and exciting games. In this paper, the three winning Humanoid League teams from the KidSize, TeenSize, and AdultSize class present their soccer systems. The KidSize winner team DARwIn used the recently introduced DARwIn-OP robot. The TeenSize winner NimbRo used their self-constructed robots… CONTINUE READING

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