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RoboCup-2000: The Fourth Robotic Soccer World Championships

Peter Stone, (ed.), Minoru Asada, Tucker Balch, Raffaelo D'Andrea, Masahiro Fujita, Bernhard Hengst, Gerhard Kraetzschmar, Pedro Lima, Nuno Lau, Henrik Lund, Daniel Polani, Paul Scerri, Satoshi Tadokoro, Thilo Weigel, and Gordon Wyeth. RoboCup-2000: The Fourth Robotic Soccer World Championships. AI Magazine, 22(1), 2001.

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Abstract

The Fourth Robotic Soccer World Championships was held from August 27th to September 3rd, 2000, at the Melbourne Exhibition Center in Melbourne, Australia. In total, 83 teams, consisting of about 500 people, participated in RoboCup-2000 and about 5,000 spectators watched the events. RoboCup-2000 showed dramatic improvement over past years in each of the existing robotic soccer leagues (legged, small-size, mid-size, and simulation), while introducing RoboCup Jr. competitions and RoboCup Rescue and Humanoid demonstration events. The RoboCup Workshop, held in conjunction with the championships, provided a forum for exchange of ideas and experiences among the different leagues. This article summarizes the advances seen at RoboCup-2000, including reports from the championship teams and overviews of all the RoboCup events.

BibTeX Entry

@article(AIMag01-overview,
        author="Peter Stone and (ed.) and Minoru Asada and Tucker Balch and Raffaelo D'Andrea and Masahiro Fujita and Bernhard Hengst and Gerhard Kraetzschmar and Pedro Lima and Nuno Lau and Henrik Lund and Daniel Polani and Paul Scerri and Satoshi Tadokoro and Thilo Weigel and Gordon Wyeth",    
        title="{R}obo{C}up-2000:  The Fourth Robotic Soccer World Championships",
        journal="{AI} Magazine",year="2001",volume="22",number="1",
        abstract={
                  The Fourth Robotic Soccer World Championships was
                  held from August 27th to September 3rd, 2000, at the
                  Melbourne Exhibition Center in Melbourne,
                  Australia. In total, 83 teams, consisting of about
                  500 people, participated in RoboCup-2000 and about
                  5,000 spectators watched the events.  RoboCup-2000
                  showed dramatic improvement over past years in each
                  of the existing robotic soccer leagues (legged,
                  small-size, mid-size, and simulation), while
                  introducing RoboCup Jr. competitions and RoboCup
                  Rescue and Humanoid demonstration events.  The
                  RoboCup Workshop, held in conjunction with the
                  championships, provided a forum for exchange of
                  ideas and experiences among the different leagues.
                  This article summarizes the advances seen at
                  RoboCup-2000, including reports from the
                  championship teams and overviews of all the RoboCup
                  events.
        },
)

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