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RoboCup Japan Open 2014

  • Detailed Rules
    • All tasks will be repeated N trials. Final score is the average score of all trials
    • Operation procedure
      • To start task: Moderator > Robot - "Task_start"
      • To end task: Moderator > Robot - "Task_end"
      • When task is completed: Robot > Moderator - "Task_finished", Moderator > Robot - "Task_end"
      • When Robot gives up: Robot > Moderator - "Give_up", Moderator > Robot - "Task_end"
      • When time is over: Moderator > Robot - "Time_over"
    • Sensors setup
      • Number of Sensors: Up to 4 Visual Sensors and 4 Distance Sensors
      • Sensors placement: Must be attached to Robot's body
      • Visual Sensors naming: camera1, camera2, camera3, camera4
      • Distance Sensors naming: distance1, distance2, distance3, distance4
    • Restrictions
      • SetPosition is prohibited
      • Modification of Robot model, additional of actuator are prohibited
    • Team robot texture
      • JPEG, 320x240, file name: "number"
    • Follow Me
      • Each trial is 4 mins, total 80 mins
      • Number of trails, N = 20
      • Scoring
        • Checkpoint 1 : 300 (150 *1) (75 *2)
        • Checkpoint 2 : 300 (150 *1) (75 *2)
        • Checkpoint 3 : 300 (150 *1) (75 *2)
        • Clear all checkpoints : 100
        • Collision (each) : -100
        • Highest score : 1000
    • Clean Up
      • Each trial is 8 mins, total 80 mins
      • Number of trails, N = 10
      • Scoring
        • Successful throw away an object to the target : 1000 (500 *1) (250 *2)
        • Throw in wrong target : -600
        • Collision (each) : -100
        • Highest score : 1000 x No. of Objects
    • EGPSR
      • Each trial is 10 mins, total 100 mins
      • Number of trails, N = 10
      • Basic (standard) form of the instruction sentence
        • "Go to the OOO, grasp the XXX and come back here."
      • Scoring
        • Completed 1st instruction correctly : 400 (200 *1) (100 *2)
        • Completed 2nd instruction correctly : 400 (200 *1) (100 *2)
        • Return to the location (room) of the Operator : 400 (200 *1) (100 *2)
        • Collision (each) : -100
        • Highest score : 1200
    • Using GetPosition
      • (*1) To get position of Robot OR Operator/Object will get only 1/2 of the scores
      • (*2) To get position of Robot AND Operator/Object will get only 1/4 of the scores
    • Final
      • Total time 12 mins
      • Demo + Presentation
      • Q&A 3 mins
      • Judging criteria
        • Originality and novelty of the story
        • Improve human-robot interaction
        • System integration, multi-modality
        • Difficulty and success of the performance
        • Relevance, usefulness for daily life

RoboCup Japan Open 2013