Strategy planning for mirosot soccer's robot

@inproceedings{Pana2008StrategyPF,
  title={Strategy planning for mirosot soccer's robot},
  author={Cristina Pana and Nicu George B{\^i}zdoaca and Ionut Cristian Rescanu and Marius Niculescu},
  year={2008}
}
In robot soccer game each of the robots (or agents) must know how to dribble, shoot, pass, and recover the ball from an opponent. Each agent must also be able to evaluate its position with respect to its teammates and opponents, and then decide whether to wait for a pass, run for the ball, cover an opponent's attack, or go to help a teammate; while at the same time following the rules of the game. In the present article explored the strategy planning for cooperative robots. There are three… CONTINUE READING

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