Football (or soccer) was the original motivation for RoboCup. Besides being a very popular sport worldwide, soccer brings a significant set of challenges for researchers while attracting people to the event. it contains a significant set of challenges for researchers:
• A collective game, for which more than one agent/robot is required to play.
• Individualistic (each agent/robot must identify relevant objects, self-localize, dribble) and cooperative (passes, complementary roles) elements.
• A dynamic and adversarial environment, with moving objects, some of them rational agents that play against your team.
In Soccer 2D Simulation League, two teams of eleven virtual agents each play with each other, based on a computer simulator that provides a realistic simulation of soccer robot sensors and actions.
Each agent is a separate process that sends the simulation server communication and motion commands regarding the player it represents, and receives back information about its state, including the (noisy and partial) sensor observations of the surrounding environment.
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Team Description Paper
Executable binary files compressed in one archive file.
Log files (1 to 5) showing the team’s game play quality and an appendix that describes them.
Team’s source code files compressed in one archive file.
All teams should have significant scientific effort on their bases (if any).
Teams should send their qualification materials via email to firstname.lastname@example.org before September 28. The subject of email should be “Qualification STDMaterials – TEAMNAME”. Please attach all the files to a single email. After sending your qualification materials, you will receive a confirmation email. If you did not receive it within 72 hours, please contact the technical committee.
To Iranian teams, we strictly recommend to check rules on the Persian Rules. Please check this page regularly to be informed about any probable change in Rule.
Do not hesitate to contact with email@example.com, if you need further information.