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Implementation and Management of Robot Communication Behavioral programming of Defenders Dynamic Path Planning using Potential Field Method

Author(s):

G. Manoharan
Conference/Journal:

Semester Thesis, FS14 (10332)
Abstract:

Robocup is an annual international robotics competition that pits robots in a team game of soccer against each other. The standard platform league (SPL), a branch of said Robocup, is an event where standard humanoid robots (Nao robots created by Aldebaran) are programmed to play soccer. Soccer is a team game and SPL Robocup is no different from its real life counterpart. Communication between the robots is one of the fundamental function needed to establish a team play. Each Nao robot needs to transmit their current status, position, and other information that is necessary for the other robots to establish an educated and systematic plan. To establish said team communication between the robots the UDP protocol has been implemented. As per the rules of SPL 2014 a new set of constraints on the protocol for communication, format of the Data Packet, sizes of the packets and the rate of transmission were introduced.

Year:

2014
Type of Publication:

(13)Semester/Bachelor Thesis
Supervisor:

K. Nguyen

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