do the wheeled soccer playing robots know where they are
in relation to their teammates, their competitors, the ball
and the goal?
is the difference between the wheeled-robot soccer players
and the robotic dog players?
of the following is NOT a useful innovation demonstrated
at the 2001 RoboCup competition?
a) More efficient kicking styles.
b) Whistling to let teammates know each other's location.
c) A spinning bar that puts backspin on the ball, allowing
players to "dribble" the ball backwards.
d) The use of sports psychology to "psyche out" the other
are the submarines powered?
a) Combustion engines.
b) Electric engines.
c) Human pedaling.
d) Solar power.
two factors that allowed the sub Omer-4 to set a
new world record.
do these submarines come to a stop once they cross the finish
a) The pilots step on the break.
b) The subs run out of gas.
c) Navy divers "catch" the subs.
d) The subs are captured in a huge net.
do the MIT students' robots have to do to win?
a) Destroy their opponent's robot.
b) Pull their own side of the balance beam down.
c) Knock their opponent off of the balance beam.
d) Push their own side of the balance beam up.
the two design constraints on the machines the students
design strategy is the ultimate winner?
a) A piston that jacks up the beam.
b) A carpet grabber that pulls the beam down.
c) A car with a telescoping arm.
d) A bulldozer that knocks off its competitors.
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