Abstract：Robot Soccer Game is an interesting and complex new area of artificial intelligence. It is an attempt to promote intelligent robotics research by proving a common task to evaluate various theories, algorithms, and agent architectures. This paper addresses the goal, significance, key techniques, main application and future work of Robot Soccer Game. The goal of this paper is to draw researchers'attentions to the promotion of the development of Robot Soccer Game in China.
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