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Overview of RoboCup-99

Silvia Coradeschi, Lars Karlsson, Peter Stone, Tucker Balch, Gerhard Kraetzschmar, and Minoru Asada. Overview of RoboCup-99. AI Magazine, 21(3), 2000.

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Abstract

RoboCup is an initiative aimed to promote the full integration of AI and robotics research. Following hte success of the first RoboCup-97 at Nagoya and the second RoboCup-98 in Paris, the Third Robot World Cup Soccer Games and Conferences, RoboCup-99, was held at Stockholm during July 27th and August 4th, 1999 in conjunction with the Sixteenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-99). There were four different leagues: the simulation league, the real robot small-size league, the real robot middle-size league, and the Sony legged robot league. The champion teams are CMUnited-99 (CMU, USA) for the simulation league, CS Sharif (Sharif University of Technology, Iran) for the middle-size league, The Big Red (Cornell University, USA) for the small-size league, and Les 3 Mousquetaires (Laboratorie de Robotique de Paris, France) for the legged robot league. The Scientific Challenge Award was given to three research groups: Information Science Institute, University of Southern CAlifornia (ISI/USC), USA, Electrotechnical Laboratory (ETL), Japan, and Chubu University, Japan for the development of automated and statistical game analysis systems and methodologies. RoboCup-2000, the fourth Robot World Cup Soccer Games and Conferences, will take place in Melbourne at the end of August, 2000.

BibTeX Entry

@Article(AIMag00-overview,
        author="Silvia Coradeschi and Lars Karlsson and Peter Stone and Tucker Balch and Gerhard Kraetzschmar and Minoru Asada",
        title="Overview of {R}obo{C}up-99",
        journal="{AI} Magazine",year="2000",volume="21",number="3",
        abstract={
                 RoboCup is an initiative aimed to promote the full
                 integration of AI and robotics research.  Following
                 hte success of the first RoboCup-97 at Nagoya and the
                 second RoboCup-98 in Paris, the Third Robot World Cup
                 Soccer Games and Conferences, RoboCup-99, was held at
                 Stockholm during July 27th and August 4th, 1999 in
                 conjunction with the Sixteenth International Joint
                 Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-99).
                 There were four different leagues: the simulation
                 league, the real robot small-size league, the real
                 robot middle-size league, and the Sony legged robot
                 league.  The champion teams are CMUnited-99 (CMU,
                 USA) for the simulation league, CS Sharif (Sharif
                 University of Technology, Iran) for the middle-size
                 league, The Big Red (Cornell University, USA) for the
                 small-size league, and Les 3 Mousquetaires
                 (Laboratorie de Robotique de Paris, France) for the
                 legged robot league.  The Scientific Challenge Award
                 was given to three research groups: Information
                 Science Institute, University of Southern CAlifornia
                 (ISI/USC), USA, Electrotechnical Laboratory (ETL),
                 Japan, and Chubu University, Japan for the
                 development of automated and statistical game
                 analysis systems and methodologies.  RoboCup-2000,
                 the fourth Robot World Cup Soccer Games and
                 Conferences, will take place in Melbourne at the end
                 of August, 2000.
        },
)

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