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Intelligent Autonomous Robotics: A Robot Soccer Case Study

Peter Stone. Intelligent Autonomous Robotics: A Robot Soccer Case Study, Synthesis Lectures on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Morgan \& Claypool Publishers, 2007.
Available from Synthesis page.
ISBN: 9781598291262

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Abstract

Robotics technology has recently advanced to the point of being widely accessible for relatively low-budget research, as well as for graduate, undergraduate, and even secondary and primary school education. This lecture provides an example of how to productively use a cutting-edge advanced robotics platform for education and research by providing a detailed case study with the Sony AIBO robot, a vision-based legged robot. The case study used for this lecture is the UT Austin Villa RoboCup Four-Legged Team. This lecture describes both the development process and the technical details of its end result. The main contributions of this lecture are (i) a roadmap for new classes and research groups interested in intelligent autonomous robotics who are starting from scratch with a new robot, and (ii) documentation of the algorithms behind our own approach on the AIBOs with the goal of making them accessible for use on other vision-based and/or legged robot platforms.

BibTeX Entry

@book(Synthesis07,
	title="Intelligent Autonomous Robotics:  A Robot Soccer Case Study",
	author="Peter Stone",
	series="Synthesis Lectures on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning",
	publisher="Morgan \& Claypool Publishers",
	year="2007",
	abstract={
                  Robotics technology has recently advanced to the
                  point of being widely accessible for relatively
                  low-budget research, as well as for graduate,
                  undergraduate, and even secondary and primary school
                  education.  This lecture provides an example of how
                  to productively use a cutting-edge advanced robotics
                  platform for education and research by providing a
                  detailed case study with the Sony AIBO robot, a
                  vision-based legged robot.  The case study used for
                  this lecture is the UT Austin Villa RoboCup
                  Four-Legged Team.  This lecture describes both the
                  development process and the technical details of its
                  end result.  The main contributions of this lecture
                  are (i) a roadmap for new classes and research
                  groups interested in intelligent autonomous robotics
                  who are starting from scratch with a new robot, and
                  (ii) documentation of the algorithms behind our own
                  approach on the AIBOs with the goal of making them
                  accessible for use on other vision-based and/or
                  legged robot platforms.
	},
        wwwnote={Available from <a href="http://www.morganclaypool.com/toc/aim/1/1">Synthesis</a> page.<br>
                 ISBN: 9781598291262
        },
)

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