Article | RobocCup-99 Team Descriptions. Small and Middle Leagues | The CS Freiburg 99 Team

Title:
The CS Freiburg 99 Team
Author:
Bernhard Nebel: University of Freiburg, Germany Jens-Steffen Gutmann: University of Freiburg, Germany Wolfgang Hatzack: University of Freiburg, Germany
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Year:
1999
Conference:
RobocCup-99 Team Descriptions. Small and Middle Leagues
Issue:
003
Article no.:
019
Pages:
113-117
No. of pages:
5
Publication type:
Abstract and Fulltext
Published:
1999-12-05
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Series:
Linköping Electronic Articles in Computer and Information Science
ISSN (online):
1401-9841
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press; Linköpings universitet


Based on the design of the CS Freiburg team; which participated sucessfully in Robocup98; we developed a new team of robotic soccer players. While the hardware components and software architecture remained mainly unchanged; we invested some e ort to improve the sensor data gathering and interpretation; the tactical components and the behavior-based control module. The main goal is to enable the players to act in a truly cooperative style which leads; for instance; to passing the ball from one player to another.

RobocCup-99 Team Descriptions. Small and Middle Leagues

Author:
Bernhard Nebel, Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Wolfgang Hatzack
Title:
The CS Freiburg 99 Team
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RobocCup-99 Team Descriptions. Small and Middle Leagues

Author:
Bernhard Nebel, Jens-Steffen Gutmann, Wolfgang Hatzack
Title:
The CS Freiburg 99 Team
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