The 9th RoboCup International Symposium was held at INTEX Osaka, Japan, immediately after the RoboCup 2005 Soccer, Rescue and Junior Competitions. The researchers behind the RoboCup teams met for presentation of scienti?c and technological contributions in areas relevant to RoboCup. The number of submissions to the symposium increased again and totalled 131. TheInternationalProgramCommitteeincludingbothRoboCupresearchers from around the worldand experts from communities outside RoboCup selected 36 submissions as full papers and 38 as posters. These contributions came from 21 countries and were presented in 6 oral sessions and 2 poster sessions. Two of the full papers were selected as awards. The Scienti?c Award went to the paper authored by Jelle Kok and Nikos Vlassis on Using the Max-Plus Algorithm for Multiagent Decision Making in Coordination Graphs. The - gineering Award was given to the paper written by Gerald Steinbauer, Martin M] orth and Franz Wotawa with the title Real-Time Diagnosis and Repair of Faults of Robot Control Software. The Fourth IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL 2005) took place at the same venue as RoboCup 2005 during July 19-21, 2005. ICDL 2005 brought together researchers from the ?eld of learning in - mans, animals, and automatons to discuss and exchange ideas between robotics and cognitive science. As a second co-located academic event, the 5th Inter- tional Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics (EpiRob 2005) was also held in Nara.qIn the case of an image, local maxima can easily be found by an appropriate hill climbing algorithm. However in the case of ... of the initial maximum. Note that the discretization of the Hough space must be tuned according to the problem.
|Title||:||RoboCup 2005: Robot Soccer World Cup IX|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-06-21|