YabAI (Takeshi Morimoto, The University of Electro-communications) won the first chamiponship in the RoboCup 2001 RoboCup-Rescue Simulation League, the first international competition in RoboCup.
|3||Rescue-ISI-JAIST, USA & Japan|
Each agent party tries 7 disaster situations which were created by the teams. 4 agent parties with the top total rank scores proceed to the final game.
Top team gets the largest score in simulation of the same map. If 7 teams are valid, the winner gets 7.
(with link to its team description)
|Disaster Maps Simulated & Winning Score of Each Team (Score Point V)||Total||Ranking|
|Aug. 4 (Sat)||Aug. 5 (Sun)||Aug. 6 (Mon)|
|1||YabAI||7 (18.2565)||6 (19.3625)||7 (29.3857)||7 (41.5956)||4 (28.5506)||2 (30.4815)||6 (13.2305)||39||2|
|2||Gemini-R||3 (56.8933)||5 (21.4629)||3 (45.6748)||3 (56.8082)||3 (51.8539)||4 (25.5616)||5 (15.2404)||26||5|
|3||Rescue-ISI-JAIST||5 (30.7056)||2 (27.7510)||4 (40.5552)||5 (43.7608)||6 (22.3071)||6 (24.4420)||2.5 (17.2266)||30.5||3|
|4||Arian Simulation Team||6 (30.3787)||7 (17.2783)||6 (33.4425)||4 (54.7166)||7 (22.3053)||3 (27.3619)||7 (10.2446)||40||1|
|5||JaistR||4 (30.7062)||3 (22.8194)||5 (38.5520)||1 (62.8445)||5 (22.3113)||7 (24.4106)||4 (17.2266)||29||4|
|6||NITRescue||2 (58.8915)||4 (22.4699)||2 (66.8879)||6 (43.7592)||2 (54.8634)||1 (36.7906)||2.5 (17.2266)||19.5||6|
|7||RMIT-ON-FIRE||1 (60.9129)||1 (36.8519)||1 (35.6395)||2 (62.8402)||1 (56.8618)||5 (24.7488)||1 (17.5042)||12||7|
Note: RMIT-ON-FIRE developed only fire agents and used sample codes for the other agents. Therefore, simple comparison is not fair.
Top 4 teams make a tournament by the score point (evaluation value V).
|August 9 (Thu) 9:00-|
|Team Name||Score Point (V)||Winning Point|
|GeminiR-2 map||NIT-2 map|
|August 9 (Thu) 11:00-|
|Team Name||Score Point (V)||Winning Point||Note|
|GeminiR-2 map||NIT-2 map||RMIT map|
Note *: In NIT-2 and RMIT maps, more civilian
agents accidentally escaped from collapsed
buildings at the first stage in JaistR trials.
This caused Arian's loss of games.
Note **: JaistR was disqualified because his code included a part which could not refute the claim that it did not follow the gentlemen's rule. Although it was apparently a careless mistake, the committee could not help deciding the disqualification. The detail will be explained soon.
|Semi Final Group||Team Name||Final Ranking|
|Team Name||Score Point (V)||Winning
|August 10 (Fri) 9:45-|
|Rescue-ISI-JAIST||Committee 2||Committee 3|
|No.||Team Name||Team Members
|Technical Appeal Points||Prepared Agents|
(University of Electro-Communications, Japan)
|Behavior of agents is switched according to the distribution of disater.||Ambulance, FireBrigade, PoliceForce|
(Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
|Agent strategies are determined according to the optimal order of rescue activities and allocation of man-power that has been automatically learned by simulation results.||Ambulance, FireBrigade, PoliceForce|
|3||Rescue-ISI-JAIST||Takayuki Ito, Milind Tambe, Ranjit Nair,
(Information Science Institute / University of Southern California, USA; Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
|Cooperative and autonomous rescue activities are generated.||Ambulance, FireBrigade, PoliceForce, Ambulance-C, FireBrigade-C, PoliceForce-C|
|4||Arian Simulation Team||Jafar Habibi, Mazda Ahmadi, Ali Nouri
(Sharif University of Technology, Iran)
|???||Ambulance, FireBrigade, PoliceForce, Ambulance-C, FireBrigade-C, PoliceForce-C|
(Japan Advanced Institute of Sience and Technology, Hokuriku, Japan)
|Each Agents has learning mechanism based on Organizational Learning.||Ambulance, FireBrigade, PoliceForce, Ambulance-C, FireBrigade-C, PoliceForce-C|
|6||NITRescue||Tetsuya Esaki, Taku Sakushima, Nobuhiro Ito,
(Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)
|Cooperation of multiple agents is important in a dynamic environment as the RoboCup-Rescue simulation. Cooperative behabior of agents is defined as a group behavior of agents. A dynamic grouping algorithm is developed.||Ambulance, FireBrigade, PoliceForce, Ambulance-C, FireBrigade-C, PoliceForce-C|
|7||RMIT-ON-FIRE||Lin Padgham, James Harland, John Thangarajah,
Naveen Ruwanpura, Chandaka Fernando
(Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia)
|BDI intelligent agent system. Development primarily by final year undergraduates using JACK BDI agent development environment.||FireBrigade|
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