From Concept Inventories to Robotic Competitions
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Robotics competitions play a crucial role in current tertiary education and in research. In education, competitions typically are held to activate passive knowledge. Research competitions serve as a testbeds and as benchmarking for new ideas. With this paper we show how we systematically derived an Open Humanoid Competition rule set from a concept inventory, that covers the central concepts of a field as agreed on by a the respective scientific community.
KeywordsConcept inventory Robotics competitions Open humanoid competition
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