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Darmstadt Dribblers: Team Description for Humanoid KidSize League of RoboCup 2007

Friedmann, Martin and Kiener, Jutta and Petters, S. and Thomas, Dirk and Stryk, Oskar von (2007):
Darmstadt Dribblers: Team Description for Humanoid KidSize League of RoboCup 2007.
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Abstract

This paper describes the hardware and software design of the kidsize humanoid robot systems of the Darmstadt Dribblers in 2007. The robots are used as a vehicle for research in control of locomotion and behavior of autonomous humanoid robots and robot teams with many degrees of freedom and many actuated joints. The Humanoid League of RoboCup provides an ideal testbed for such aspects of dynamics in motion and autonomous behavior as the problem of generating and maintaining statically or dynamically stable bipedal locomotion is predominant for all types of vision guided motions during a soccer game. A modular software architecture as well as further technologies have been developed for efficient and effective implementation and test of modules for sensing, planning, behavior, and actions of humanoid robots.

Item Type: Other
Erschienen: 2007
Creators: Friedmann, Martin and Kiener, Jutta and Petters, S. and Thomas, Dirk and Stryk, Oskar von
Title: Darmstadt Dribblers: Team Description for Humanoid KidSize League of RoboCup 2007
Language: English
Abstract:

This paper describes the hardware and software design of the kidsize humanoid robot systems of the Darmstadt Dribblers in 2007. The robots are used as a vehicle for research in control of locomotion and behavior of autonomous humanoid robots and robot teams with many degrees of freedom and many actuated joints. The Humanoid League of RoboCup provides an ideal testbed for such aspects of dynamics in motion and autonomous behavior as the problem of generating and maintaining statically or dynamically stable bipedal locomotion is predominant for all types of vision guided motions during a soccer game. A modular software architecture as well as further technologies have been developed for efficient and effective implementation and test of modules for sensing, planning, behavior, and actions of humanoid robots.

Publisher: TU
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Simulation, Systems Optimization and Robotics Group
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Date Deposited: 18 Mar 2009 11:33
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