AT Humboldt in RoboCup-99
The paper describes the architecture and the scientific goals of the virtual soccer team "AT Humboldt 99", which is the successor of vice champion "AT Humboldt 98" from RoboCup-98 in Paris and world champion "AT Humboldt 97" from RoboCup-97 in Nagoya. Scientific goals are the development of agent-oriented techniques and learning methods.
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