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Description of Rogi-Team.

Conference: RoboCup-97: Robot Soccer World Cup I
Source: DBLP

ABSTRACT Multi-agent decision-making structures are expected to be extensively applied situations in complex industrial systems (namely distributed systems like energy or material distribution networks, big plants with several stations and difficult processes with huge number of variables). Multi-robotic soccer competitions are a forum where rules and constraints are good to develop, apply, and test those structures. This paper shows new developments under Matlab/Simulink that allow decision-making among agents which, in this case, co-operate to play soccer game.

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