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MRL Champion Team Paper in Humanoid TeenSize League of RoboCup 2019

  • Hamed MahmudiEmail author
  • Amir Gholami
  • Mohammad Hossein Delavaran
  • Soheil Khatibi
  • Saeid Bazargan
  • Milad Moradi
  • Bita Alaee
  • Arash Rahmani
  • Kazem Firouzmandi Bandpey
  • Peyman Fallahzadeh
  • Meisam TeimouriEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 11531)

Abstract

RoboCup uses soccer competitions as a research area to promote robotics and artificial intelligence. The ultimate goal of the RoboCup is to develop a team of humanoid robots that can win against the human world champion soccer team in 2050. This paper presents the approach of the MRL TeenSize humanoid team to improve its hardware and software which leads to achieving first place in soccer competition and Drop-In games, second place in the technical challenge and third-best humanoid award.

Keywords

Champion team paper RoboCup Humanoid league Bipedal locomotion 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Mechatronics Research Lab, Department of Computer and Electrical EngineeringQazvin Islamic Azad UniversityQazvinIran

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