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The UT Austin Villa 2005 RoboCup Four-Legged Team

Peter Stone, Kurt Dresner, Peggy Fidelman, Nate Kohl, Gregory Kuhlmann, Mohan Sridharan, and Daniel Stronger. The UT Austin Villa 2005 RoboCup Four-Legged Team. Technical Report UT-AI-TR-05-325, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, 2005.
At http://www.cs.utexas.edu/ftp/pub/AI-Lab/index/html/Abstracts.2005.html#05-325

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Abstract

The UT Austin Villa Four-Legged Team for RoboCup 2005 was a third-time entry in the ongoing series of RoboCup legged league competitions. The team development began in mid-January of 2003 without any prior familiarity with the Aibos. After entering a fairly non-competitive team in RoboCup 2003, the team made several important advances. By the July 2004 competition that took place in Lisbon, Portugal, it was one of the top few teams. After those first two years of intense development, the team's third year was devoted more to spinoff research than to development related to the competition. Building off of the team's previous two technical reports, this report details the changes made to the team between RoboCup 2004 and RoboCup 2005 in Osaka. Taken together, this and the previous technical reports provide the history and details of a relatively young RoboCup team that has quickly grown from a nascent project to an ongoing source of diverse and plentiful research results while becoming a highly-seeded team in competitions.

BibTeX Entry

@TechReport(Villa05-legged-tech,
Author="Peter Stone and Kurt Dresner and Peggy Fidelman and Nate Kohl and Gregory Kuhlmann and Mohan Sridharan and Daniel Stronger",
Title="The {UT} {A}ustin {V}illa 2005 {R}obo{C}up Four-Legged Team",
Institution="The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory",
number="UT-AI-TR-05-325",
year="2005",month="November",
abstract={
The UT Austin Villa Four-Legged Team for RoboCup
2005 was a third-time entry in the ongoing series of
RoboCup legged league competitions. The team
development began in mid-January of 2003 without any
prior familiarity with the Aibos. After entering a
fairly non-competitive team in RoboCup 2003, the
team made several important advances. By the July
2004 competition that took place in Lisbon,
Portugal, it was one of the top few teams. After
those first two years of intense development, the
team's third year was devoted more to spinoff
research than to development related to the
competition. Building off of the team's previous
two technical reports, this report details the
changes made to the team between RoboCup 2004 and
RoboCup 2005 in Osaka. Taken together, this and the
previous technical reports provide the history and
details of a relatively young RoboCup team that has
quickly grown from a nascent project to an ongoing
source of diverse and plentiful research results
while becoming a highly-seeded team in competitions.
},
)

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