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UT Austin Villa: RoboCup 2014 3D Simulation League Competition and Technical Challenge Champions

Patrick MacAlpine, Mike Depinet, Jason Liang, and Peter Stone. UT Austin Villa: RoboCup 2014 3D Simulation League Competition and Technical Challenge Champions. In Reinaldo A. C. Bianchi, H. Levent Akin, Subramanian Ramamoorthy, and Komei Sugiura, editors, RoboCup-2014: Robot Soccer World Cup XVIII, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2015.
Accompanying videos at http://www.cs.utexas.edu/ AustinVilla/sim/3dsimulation/#2014

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Abstract

The UT Austin Villa team, from the University of Texas at Austin, won the 2014 RoboCup 3D Simulation League, finishing with an undefeated record. During the course of the competition the team scored 52 goals and conceded none. Additionally the team won the RoboCup 3D Simulation League technical challenge by accumulating the most points over a series of three league challenges: drop-in player, running, and free challenge. This paper describes the changes and improvements made to the team between 2013 and 2014 that allowed it to win both the main competition and the technical challenge.

BibTeX

@incollection{LNAI14-MacAlpine,
  author = {Patrick MacAlpine and Mike Depinet and Jason Liang and Peter Stone},
  title = {{UT} {A}ustin {V}illa: {R}obo{C}up 2014 3{D} Simulation League Competition and Technical Challenge Champions},
  booktitle = {{R}obo{C}up-2014: Robot Soccer World Cup {XVIII}},
  Editor={Reinaldo A. C. Bianchi and H. Levent Akin and Subramanian Ramamoorthy and Komei Sugiura},
  Publisher="Springer Verlag",
  address="Berlin",
  year="2015",
  series="Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence",
  abstract={
    The UT Austin Villa team, from the University of Texas at Austin, won the 
2014 RoboCup 3D Simulation League, finishing with an undefeated record.  During 
the course of the competition the team scored 52 goals and conceded none.  
Additionally the team won the RoboCup 3D Simulation League technical challenge 
by accumulating the most points over a series of three league challenges: 
drop-in player, running, and free challenge. This paper describes the changes 
and improvements made to the team between 2013 and 2014 that allowed it to win 
both the main competition and the technical challenge.    
  },
  wwwnote={Accompanying videos at <a href="http://www.cs.utexas.edu/~AustinVilla/sim/3dsimulation/#2014">http://www.cs.utexas.edu/~AustinVilla/sim/3dsimulation/#2014</a>},
}

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