AutoRef PDEng MSD 2020 system architecture

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The system architecture developed in [[AutoRef MSD 2020]] primarily focused on specifying the functions of the [[AutoRef - Autonomous Referee System|AutoRef]] autonomous referee for [https://msl.robocup.org/ RoboCop Middle Size League] as derived from the [https://msl.robocup.org/rules MSL rulebook (v21.4)]. This "functional specification" is a breakdown of MSL law to robot skill via ''tasks'' to translate the semantics into
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The system architecture developed in [[AutoRef MSD 2020]] primarily focused on specifying the functions of the [[AutoRef - Autonomous Referee System|AutoRef]] autonomous referee for [https://msl.robocup.org/ RoboCop Middle Size League] as derived from the [https://msl.robocup.org/rules MSL rulebook (v21.4)].
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In short, this ''functional specification'' is a breakdown of MSL law to robot ''skills'' via ''tasks'': tasks are statements describing what the AutoRef must do to enforce the rules, written in plain language as to fully explain individual referee functions without describing the means to achieve them; skills are fundamental abilities which — when combined — accomplish a specific task. The intent and approach behind this law-task-skill breakdown is described on this page, prefaced by a background of the system architecture and concluded with recommendations for future work.
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The system architecture developed in AutoRef MSD 2020 primarily focused on specifying the functions of the AutoRef autonomous referee for RoboCop Middle Size League as derived from the MSL rulebook (v21.4).

In short, this functional specification is a breakdown of MSL law to robot skills via tasks: tasks are statements describing what the AutoRef must do to enforce the rules, written in plain language as to fully explain individual referee functions without describing the means to achieve them; skills are fundamental abilities which — when combined — accomplish a specific task. The intent and approach behind this law-task-skill breakdown is described on this page, prefaced by a background of the system architecture and concluded with recommendations for future work.

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