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Darmstadt Dribblers - Team Description for Humanoid KidSize League of RoboCup 2011

Friedmann, Martin and Kuhn, Juliane and Kohlbrecher, Stefan and Petersen, Karen and Scholz, Dorian and Thomas, D. and Wojtusch, Janis and Stryk, Oskar von and Stryk, Oskar von (2011):
Darmstadt Dribblers - Team Description for Humanoid KidSize League of RoboCup 2011.
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Abstract

This paper describes the hardware and software design and developments of the kidsize humanoid robot systems of the Darmstadt Dribblers in 2011. The robots are used as a vehicle for research in humanoid robotics and teams of cooperating, autonomous robots. The Humanoid League of RoboCup provides an ideal testbed for investigation of topics like stability, control and versatility of humanoid locomotion, behavior control of autonomous humanoid robots and robot teams with many degrees of freedom and many actuated joints, perception and world modeling based on very limited human-like, external sensing abilities as well as benchmarking of autonomous robot performance. The methodologies developed by the Darmstadt Dribblers to address reflex and cognitive control layers, image processing, perception, world modeling, behavior and motion control, robot simulation, monitoring and debugging are briefly discussed.

Item Type: Report
Erschienen: 2011
Creators: Friedmann, Martin and Kuhn, Juliane and Kohlbrecher, Stefan and Petersen, Karen and Scholz, Dorian and Thomas, D. and Wojtusch, Janis and Stryk, Oskar von and Stryk, Oskar von
Title: Darmstadt Dribblers - Team Description for Humanoid KidSize League of RoboCup 2011
Language: English
Abstract:

This paper describes the hardware and software design and developments of the kidsize humanoid robot systems of the Darmstadt Dribblers in 2011. The robots are used as a vehicle for research in humanoid robotics and teams of cooperating, autonomous robots. The Humanoid League of RoboCup provides an ideal testbed for investigation of topics like stability, control and versatility of humanoid locomotion, behavior control of autonomous humanoid robots and robot teams with many degrees of freedom and many actuated joints, perception and world modeling based on very limited human-like, external sensing abilities as well as benchmarking of autonomous robot performance. The methodologies developed by the Darmstadt Dribblers to address reflex and cognitive control layers, image processing, perception, world modeling, behavior and motion control, robot simulation, monitoring and debugging are briefly discussed.

Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Simulation, Systems Optimization and Robotics Group
Date Deposited: 20 Jun 2016 23:26
Identification Number: 2011:dd_tdp
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