Here are several patterns that are provided for you to test and fine tune your coach. The patterns used in the competitions will include these, and also several others that are similar to them.
Each pattern is given in a .clang file containing the CLang statements of the
pattern, a short description, and the name of the coachable used to create the
For bandwidth problems, the .clang files with necessary information are used. Note that the .rcg log files will be used during the competitions, and the participants have no access to the .clang files.
This is the first published set of patterns. These patterns were used during the qualification process to test the performance of the coaches.
Get them from sample-patterns.tar.gz
These patterns were used during the US Open coach competition.
They are available here: us-open-patterns.tar.gz
These patterns used during the AUT Open coach competition. These patterns are not created using coachable players. So, the CLang rules are not available. Patterns are suggested by Ahmad Nikabadi.
Get them from: http://ce.aut.ac.ir/~robotics/aut-open/logs.htm
These patterns are suggested by coach competition participants. You can suggest new patterns by sending a file containing the CLang statements, a short description of the pattern, and the name of the coachable team used to create the pattern, to the coach official mailing list.
The sample scripts used for the offline analysis phase (such as start script, killer and a sample "patterns.list" file) are available here.
A sample start script and killer used in the online detection phase.
Standard coachable players will be used during the RoboCup 2005 Coach competitions. Download the following package and make it. Please report bugs to Sina Iravanian. If you want to contribute in developing standard coachables, feel free to contact Sina Iravanian.
Standard Coachables Version 0.1
Standard Coachables Version 0.2 (some bugs fixed)
Standard Coachables Version 0.3 (minor changes + some bug fixes)
Standard Coachables Version 0.4
The clarification emails sent to list are available here. If you missed those emails, we strongly suggest you to read them.