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The UT Austin Villa 2003 Four-Legged Team

Peter Stone, Kurt Dresner, Selim T. Erdo\ugan, Peggy Fidelman, Nicholas K. Jong, Nate Kohl, Gregory Kuhlmann, Ellie Lin, Mohan Sridharan, Daniel Stronger, and Gurushyam Hariharan. The UT Austin Villa 2003 Four-Legged Team. In Daniel Polani, Brett Browning, Andrea Bonarini, and Kazuo Yoshida, editors, RoboCup-2003: Robot Soccer World Cup VII, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2004.
Extended version (technical report with full details: "UT Austin Villa 2003: A New RoboCup Four-Legged Team").

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Abstract

The UT Austin Villa RoboCup 2003 Four-Legged Team was a new entry in the ongoing series of RoboCup legged league competitions. The team development began in mid-January of 2003, at which time none of the team members had any familiarity with the Aibos. Without using any RoboCup-related code from other teams, we entered a team in the American Open competition at the end of April, and met with some success at the annual RoboCup competition that took place in Padova, Italy at the beginning of July. In this paper, we describe aspects of (i) our development process and (ii) the technical details of its end result, the UT Austin Villa team. Complete details in both regards are available in our team technical report.

BibTeX Entry

@incollection(LNAI2003-legged-team,
Author="Peter Stone and Kurt Dresner and Selim T.\ Erdo\u{g}an and Peggy Fidelman and Nicholas K.\ Jong and Nate Kohl and Gregory Kuhlmann and Ellie Lin and Mohan Sridharan and Daniel Stronger and Gurushyam Hariharan",
Title="The {UT} {A}ustin {V}illa 2003 Four-Legged Team",
booktitle= "{R}obo{C}up-2003: Robot Soccer World Cup {VII}",
Editor="Daniel Polani and Brett Browning and Andrea Bonarini and Kazuo Yoshida",
Publisher="Springer Verlag",address="Berlin",year="2004",
abstract={
The UT Austin Villa RoboCup 2003 Four-Legged Team
was a new entry in the ongoing series of RoboCup
legged league competitions. The team development
began in mid-January of 2003, at which time none of
the team members had any familiarity with the Aibos.
Without using any RoboCup-related code from other
teams, we entered a team in the American Open
competition at the end of April, and met with some
success at the annual RoboCup competition that took
place in Padova, Italy at the beginning of July. In
this paper, we describe aspects of (i) our
development process and (ii) the technical details
of its end result, the UT Austin Villa team.
Complete details in both regards are available in
our team technical report.
},
)

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