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Agilo RoboCuppers: RoboCup Team Description (bibtex)
@INPROCEEDINGS{bandlow_agilo_1999,
  author = {Bandlow, Thorsten and Klupsch, Michael and Hanek, Robert and Schmitt,
	Thorsten},
  title = {Agilo {RoboCuppers:} {RoboCup} Team Description},
  booktitle = {3. {RoboCup} Workshop, {IJCAI} 99},
  year = {1999},
  pages = {691–694},
  abstract = {This paper describes the robot soccer team the Munich Agilo {RoboCuppers}
	the {RoboCup} team of the image understanding group ({FG} {BV)} at
	the Technische Universität München. The name is derived from the
	Agilolfinger, which were the first Bavarian ruling dynasty in the
	8th century, with Tassilo as its most famous representative. With
	a team of five Pioneer 1 robots, equipped with {CCD} camera and a
	single board computer each and coordinated by a master {PC} outside
	the field we participate in the Middle Robot League of the Third
	International Workshop on {RoboCup} in Stockholm 1999. We use a multi-agent
	based approach to represent different robots and to encapsulate concurrent
	tasks within the robots. A fast feature extraction based on the image
	processing library {HALCON} provides the data necessary for the onboard
	scene interpretation. In addition, these features as well as the
	odometric data of the robots are sent over the net to the master
	{PC}, where they are verified with regard to consistency and plausibility
	and fusioned to one global view of the scene. The results are distributed
	to all robots supporting their local planning modules. This data
	is also used by the global planning module coordinating the team's
	behaviour.}
}
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