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German Team 2003

Dahm, I. and Düffert, U. and Hoffmann, J. and Jüngel, M. and Kallnik, M. and Lötzsch, M. and Risler, Max and Röfer, T. and Stelzer, M. and Ziegle, J. (2003):
German Team 2003.
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Abstract

The GermanTeam participates as a national team in the Sony Legged Robot League. It currently consists of students and researchers from the following four universities: the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, the Universität Bremen, the Technische Universität Darmstadt, and the Universität Dortmund. The members of the GermanTeam participate as separate teams in the national contests such as RoboCup German Open, but jointly line up for the international RoboCup championship as a single team. To support this cooperation and concurrency, the GermanTeam introduced an architecture that provides mechanisms for parallel development. The entire information processing and control of the robot is divided into modules that have well-defined tasks and interfaces. For each module, many different solutions can be developed. Solutions for a module can be switched at runtime. Currently, for most modules various solutions exist. Approaches to a problem can thereby easily be compared and benchmarked. This paper gives a brief overview of the current work of all four universities in the GermanTeam.

Item Type: Report
Erschienen: 2003
Creators: Dahm, I. and Düffert, U. and Hoffmann, J. and Jüngel, M. and Kallnik, M. and Lötzsch, M. and Risler, Max and Röfer, T. and Stelzer, M. and Ziegle, J.
Title: German Team 2003
Language: German
Abstract:

The GermanTeam participates as a national team in the Sony Legged Robot League. It currently consists of students and researchers from the following four universities: the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, the Universität Bremen, the Technische Universität Darmstadt, and the Universität Dortmund. The members of the GermanTeam participate as separate teams in the national contests such as RoboCup German Open, but jointly line up for the international RoboCup championship as a single team. To support this cooperation and concurrency, the GermanTeam introduced an architecture that provides mechanisms for parallel development. The entire information processing and control of the robot is divided into modules that have well-defined tasks and interfaces. For each module, many different solutions can be developed. Solutions for a module can be switched at runtime. Currently, for most modules various solutions exist. Approaches to a problem can thereby easily be compared and benchmarked. This paper gives a brief overview of the current work of all four universities in the GermanTeam.

Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science > Simulation, Systems Optimization and Robotics Group
20 Department of Computer Science
Date Deposited: 20 Jun 2016 23:26
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Identification Number: GTTDP:2003
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