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GermanTeam 2003

Röfer, T. and Burkhard, H.-D. and Düffert, U. and Hoffmann, J. and Göhring, D. and Jüngel, M. and Lötzsch, M. and Stryk, Oskar von and Brunn, R. and Kallnik, M. and Kunz, M. and Petters, Sebastian and Risler, Max and Stelzer, M. and Dahm, I. and Wachter, M. and Engel, K. and Osterhues, A. and Schumann, C. and Ziegler, J. (2003):
GermanTeam 2003.
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The GermanTeam is a joint project of several German universities in the Sony Legged Robot League. This report describes the software developed for the RoboCup 2003 in Padova. It presents the software architecture of the system as well as the methods that were developed to tackle the problems of motion, image processing, object recognition, self-localization, and robot behavior. The approaches for both playing robot soccer and mastering the challenges are presented. In addition to the software actually running on the robots, this document will also give an overview of the tools the GermanTeam used to support the development process. In an extensive appendix, several topics are described in detail, namely the installation of the software, how it is used, the implementation of inter-process communication, streams, and debugging mechanisms, and the approach of the GermanTeam to model the behavior of the robots.

Item Type: Report
Erschienen: 2003
Creators: Röfer, T. and Burkhard, H.-D. and Düffert, U. and Hoffmann, J. and Göhring, D. and Jüngel, M. and Lötzsch, M. and Stryk, Oskar von and Brunn, R. and Kallnik, M. and Kunz, M. and Petters, Sebastian and Risler, Max and Stelzer, M. and Dahm, I. and Wachter, M. and Engel, K. and Osterhues, A. and Schumann, C. and Ziegler, J.
Title: GermanTeam 2003
Language: English
Abstract:

The GermanTeam is a joint project of several German universities in the Sony Legged Robot League. This report describes the software developed for the RoboCup 2003 in Padova. It presents the software architecture of the system as well as the methods that were developed to tackle the problems of motion, image processing, object recognition, self-localization, and robot behavior. The approaches for both playing robot soccer and mastering the challenges are presented. In addition to the software actually running on the robots, this document will also give an overview of the tools the GermanTeam used to support the development process. In an extensive appendix, several topics are described in detail, namely the installation of the software, how it is used, the implementation of inter-process communication, streams, and debugging mechanisms, and the approach of the GermanTeam to model the behavior of the robots.

Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Simulation, Systems Optimization and Robotics Group
Date Deposited: 24 Jun 2019 13:38
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Identification Number: GT:2003
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