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UT Austin Villa 2008: Standing on Two Legs

Todd Hester, Michael Quinlan, and Peter Stone. UT Austin Villa 2008: Standing on Two Legs. Technical Report UT-AI-TR-08-8, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, 2008.

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Abstract

In 2008, UT Austin Villa entered a team in the first Nao competition of the Standard Platform League of the RoboCup competition. The team had previous experience in RoboCup in the Aibo leagues. Using this past experience, the team developed an entirely new codebase for the Nao. Development took place from December 2007 until the competition in July of 2008. This technical report describes the algorithms and code developed by the team for the 2008 RoboCup competition in Suzhou, China. A major development was a software architecture designed for easy use, extendability, and debugability. On top of this architecture, the team developed modules for vision, localization, motion, and behaviors. These developments provide a strong foundation for our team to compete successfully in the Standard Platform League in future RoboCup competitions.

BibTeX

@TechReport{hestertr08,
  Author="Todd Hester and Michael Quinlan and Peter Stone",
  Title="{UT} {A}ustin {V}illa 2008: {S}tanding on {T}wo {L}egs",
  Institution="The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory",
  number="UT-AI-TR-08-8",
  year="2008",
  month="November",
  abstract={
    In 2008, UT Austin Villa entered a team in the first Nao competition
    of the Standard Platform League of the RoboCup competition. The team
    had previous experience in RoboCup in the Aibo leagues. Using this
    past experience, the team developed an entirely new codebase for the
    Nao. Development took place from December 2007 until the competition
    in July of 2008. This technical report describes the algorithms and
    code developed by the team for the 2008 RoboCup competition in
    Suzhou, China. A major development was a software architecture
    designed for easy use, extendability, and debugability. On top of
    this architecture, the team developed modules for vision,
    localization, motion, and behaviors. These developments provide a
    strong foundation for our team to compete successfully in the
    Standard Platform League in future RoboCup competitions.
  },
}

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