Football or soccer is often referred to as “the world sport”. No other sport is played and followed by as many nations around the world. So it did not take long to establish the idea of robots playing soccer against each other. As has been described earlier on the Micro Mouse Contest, robot competitions are a great opportunity to share new ideas and actually see good concepts at work.
KeywordsBall Position Dead Reckoning Global Vision Robot Soccer FIFO Buffer
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