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- Personal Goals
- Project Plan
- Field Player
- Goal Keeper
- Ball Handling
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About the site
This is one of the home sites for members of the BEAM Robotics Soccer Project. Main
topics described on this site appear on the menu to the left.
As this site will be used for exchanging ideas about design details, please don't
reference it on your own web pages or broadcast it in e-mail messages.
Note the following links on the main menu which don't have any content yet:
- RoboCup - Related Sites
- Reference - Rules
Please check that you're using the new URL for this site:
http://www3.telus.net/rfws/soccer/index.html. The old URL will disappear sometime
in the fall of 2000.
- Jan 17, 2000
- I have developed a comprehensive list of sensory needs for the robots along
with possible solutions for each one. The page is listed under Design -
- Jan 12, 2000
- I have completely revised the section on Robot Behaviour. There are now three
main menu items: Concept, which combines material from the
former "individual behaviour" and "team behaviour" pages; Field
Player, which is the proposed model for the actual team players; and
Goal Keeper, which is the proposed model for a specialist
I have also eliminated references to robot "states", replacing
them with terminology that reflects the equivalent concepts in human psychology.
- Dec 16, 1999
- I have transcribed all my conversations with Steve Bolt, except for a satellite
discussion on Specialist Players. The Ideas menu item still only appears on the
home page menu.
- Dec 11, 1999
- A new menu item has been added under the Design heading. "Ideas" will document
ideas that have not been discussed extensively on the mailing list. At the
moment, the only item listed on the Ideas page is the first half of my ongoing
conversation with Steve Bolt.
For now, the Ideas menu item only appears on the home page menu. As usual,
I'll update the menus on the other pages as soon as I can.
| © 1999, 2000 by Bruce Robinson & David Perry.
||Last updated 2000-04-16.