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 Title & Authors
Marathon Game and Strategy of Humanoid Robot
Lee, Ki-Nam; Ryoo, Young-Jae;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a marathon of a humanoid robot is introduced, and its strategy is proposed. In order to develop humanoid robots for the purpose of cooperation and symbiosis with humans, the technologies such as increasing operating time and stability or recognizing surrounding environment are more important. One proper research model for the technologies is a human`s marathon. In this paper, we introduce the human`s marathon, and propose the humanoid robot`s marathon. The marathon event of HuroCup has the most similar game rules to the human`s marathon. The humanoid robot developed with the proper operating time, stability and ability to recognize the surrounding environment performed the marathon in HuroCup. The robot recognizes a marathon track using a computer vision, and builds the strategies for the race competition. By analyzing the experimental results, the humanoid robot performed in a real competition.
 Keywords
Humanoid Robot;HuroCup;Marathon;Computer Vision;Track Recognition;
 Language
Korean
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