published an evaluation of RCLL games based on this data.
The first version of the LLSF Referee Box has been released to the public in 2013. In the following RoboCup (Eindhoven) was virtually no human interference with the games. In 2014, the referee box was adapted to the new game with two teams on the same field. Then again in 2015 it was further improved and updated to instruct the new game using MPS stations. In 2016, it was adapted for RoboCup@Work and to run a inter-league cross-over challenge.
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When referring to this work, please use the following reference:
Tim Niemueller, Sebastian Zug, Sven Schneider, Ulrich Karras: Knowledge-Based Instrumentation and Control for Competitive Industry-Inspired Robotic Domains, in KI - Künstliche Intelligenz, Volume 30, Issue 3 (Oct 2016).
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