RoboCup 2001: Robot Soccer World Cup V (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
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e. S. Jamzad, B. Heydarnoori. , a poster presentation at the s- posium and a 6-page contribution to this book. RoboCup 2001, the Fifth Robot World Cup Soccer Games and Conferences, was held from August 2-10, 2001, at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center in Seattle, USA. These ?ve papers are presented separately in the second chapter of this book. Both parts, the symposium and the tournaments, are documented in this book. , a talk at the symposium and a 10-page contribution to this book, and 40 were selected as posters, i. Mirrokni, M. Kazemi, R. Chitsaz, and A. Ghorbani, A. The Scienti?c Challenge Award went to the contribution "A Control Method for Humanoid Biped Walking with Limited Torque" by Fuminori - masaki, Ken Endo, Minoru Asada, and Hiroaki Kitano. e. S. The Engineering Ch- le
Keeps on Giving I ordered this book to help prepare our entry in next year's competition. It looks like we are not going to make it, but I am still glad I ordered RoboCup. Almost 800 pages of robot know-how plus tons of illustrations - it just keeps on giving! This has been and will continue to be a great source of information for my other robotics projects. The RoboCup books are one of the best-kept secrets to success in amateur robotics.