A Priority-Based Decision Model Demonstrated with Two-On-Two Robot Soccer
Several pieces of footage with combined length of 24 minutes. The combined score was 20 vs. 18, legacy code won [video/wmv] (88.09Mb)
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Li, Keyong; Purwin, Oliver; D'Andrea, Raffaello
These videos are archived here to be referenced by current and future publications of the authors. What they demonstrate is a framework for mission-oriented robot control that seems to suggest a promising direction for managing the complexity of encoding control policies. This framework also establish a natural connection between feedback control and planning. The videos show that when this framework is applied to the domain of robot soccer, the resulting system competed at par in a simplified game setting against a former championship team in the International RoboCup Competition.
Air Force under grant F49620-02-1-0388 NSF under grant ECS-0329743
AAAI-07, Video Competition
Artificial Intelligence; Autonomous Robot
Previously Published As
Keyong Li, Oliver Purwin, and Raffaello D'Andrea (2007), "Two-On-Two Robot Soccer", AAAI-07 Video Competition, July 2007.