Azzurra Robot Team - ART

Daniele Nardi
Dip. Informatica e Sistemistica, Univ. Roma, Italy

Giovanni Adorni
Universitá di Parma, Italy

Andrea Bonarini
Dipartimento di Elettronica e Informazione, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Riccardo Cassinis
Department of Electronics for Automation, University of Brescia, Italy

Giorgio Clemente
Consorzio Padova Ricerche, Italy

Antonio Chella
Universitá di Palermo, CERE-CNR, Italy

Enrico Pagello
Universitá di Padova, Italy

Maurizio Piaggio
DIST, Universitá di Genova, Italy

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Publicerad: 1999-12-05


ISSN: 1650-3686 (tryckt), 1650-3740 (online)


Azzurra Robot Team (ART) is the result of a joint effort of six Italian research groups from Univ. of Genova; Politecnico Milano; Univ. of Padova; Univ. of Palermo; Univ. of Parma; Univ. Roma "La Sapienza"; and Consorzio Padova Ricerche which has provided resources and a set up of the soccer field in its Center in Padova. We have developed the team within the framework of the RoboCup Italia Project; with the aim of education and training of students in the subjects related to the design of autonomous mobile robots; of developing new research ideas and foster the development of larger projects in this field in Italy.


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[2] C. Amoroso; A. Chella; V. Morreale; P. Storniolo; A Segmentation System for Soccer Robot Based on Neural Networks; Proc. of the RoboCup-99 Workshop; Stockholm; 1999.

[3] A. Bonarini; P. Aliverti; M. Lucioni (in press) An omnidirectionalvision sensor for fast tracking for mobile robots. Proceedings of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Tecnology Conference - IMTC99; IEEE Computer Press; Piscataway NJ.

[4] A. Bonarini; The body; the mind; or the eye rst? Proc. of the RoboCup-99 Workshop; Stockholm; 1999.

[5] R. Cassinis; A. Rizzi; Design issues for a Goalkeeper robot. Proc. of the RoboCup-99 Workshop; Stockholm; 1999.

[6] G. De Giacomo; L. Iocchi; D. Nardi; and R. Rosati. A theory and implementation for mobile robots; Journal of Logic and Computation; in press; 1999.

[7] L. Iocchi; D. Nardi. Design and Implementation of Robotic soccer Behaviors: A user viewpoint; Proc. IIA-SOCO’99; Genova; Italy; 1999.

[8] L. Iocchi; D. Nardi. Self-Localization in the RoboCup Environment; Proc. of the RoboCup-99 Workshop; Stockholm; 1999.

[9] E. Pagello; F. Montesello; A. D’Angelo; F. Garelli; and C. Ferrari. "Cooperative behaviors in multi-robot systems through implicit communication". Robotics and Autonomous Systems; Spring 1999.

[10] M. Piaggio; HEIR - A Non Hierarchical Hybrid Architecture for Intelligent Robots; Agent Theories Architectures and Languages Workshop; ATAL’98; Paris.

[11] M.Piaggio; A. Sgorbissa; R. Zaccaria; Programming Real Time Distributed Multiple Robotic Systems Proc. of the RoboCup- 99 Workshop; Stockholm; 1999.

[12] M. Piaggio and R. Zaccaria; Distributing a Robotic System on a Network: the ETHNOS Approach - Advanced Robotics Journal; Vol. 12; N.8; VSP; 1998.

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