JACIII Vol.9 No.3 pp. 268-276
doi: 10.20965/jaciii.2005.p0268


Intelligent Control of Autonomous Soccer Robots Compensating for Missing Information

Hikari Fujii*, Nobuyuki Kurihara**, and Kazuo Yoshida*

*Keio University, 3-14-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama 223-8522, Japan

**Keyence Corporation (Keio University), 1-3-14 Higashinakajima, Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka 533-8555, Japan

October 31, 2004
March 8, 2005
May 20, 2005
autonomous mobile robot, short-term memory, compensating, action selecting, RoboCup
For autonomous mobile robots, visual information is used to recognize the environment. Although the acquisition of visual information is often disturbed in the real environment, it is necessary for a robot to act appropriately even if information is missing. We compensate for missing information for autonomous mobile robots by using short-term memory (STM) to make robots act appropriately. This method involves short-term memory and action selectors. Short-term memory is constructed based on the model of human memory and the forgetting curve used in cognitive science. These action selectors use compensated-for information and determine suitable action. One action selector consists of a neural network whose connection weights are learned by a genetic algorithm. Another selector is designed based on the designer's knowledge. These action selectors are switched based on reliability index of information. RoboCup Middle Size League soccer robots are used for demonstration. The experimental and simulation results show its effectiveness.
Cite this article as:
H. Fujii, N. Kurihara, and K. Yoshida, “Intelligent Control of Autonomous Soccer Robots Compensating for Missing Information,” J. Adv. Comput. Intell. Intell. Inform., Vol.9 No.3, pp. 268-276, 2005.
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