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Can Robots Play Soccer?

Peter Stone, Michael Quinlan, and Todd Hester. Can Robots Play Soccer?. In Ted Richards, editor, Soccer and Philosophy: Beautiful Thoughts on theBeautiful Game, Popular Culture and Philosophy, pp. 75–88, Open Court Publishing Company, 2010.
Appears in Soccer and Philosophy (available from amazon.com)

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Abstract

This article considers the true "essence" of the game of soccer through the lens of roboticists who are trying to build soccer-playing robots with the aspiration that they will eventually challenge human soccer teams on a real soccer field.

BibTeX

@incollection{PHILOSOC10,
  author="Peter Stone and Michael Quinlan and Todd Hester",
  title ="Can Robots Play Soccer?",
  booktitle="Soccer and Philosophy:  Beautiful Thoughts on the
Beautiful Game",
  editor="Ted Richards",
  series="Popular Culture and Philosophy",
  volume="51",
  pages="75--88",
  Publisher="Open Court Publishing Company",
  Year="2010",
  abstract={
     This article considers the true "essence" of the game of soccer
     through the lens of roboticists who are trying to build
     soccer-playing robots with the aspiration that they will
     eventually challenge human soccer teams on a real soccer field.
  },
  wwwnote={Appears in <a href="http://soccerandphilosophy.wordpress.com">Soccer and Philosophy</a> (available from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Soccer-Philosophy-Popular-Culture/dp/081269676X/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1256522626&sr=8-4">amazon.com</a>)},
}

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