Zigorat RoboCup Team                            Inter-University AI and Robotic Research Group


Zigorat Stuff 

In order to boost the move towards the RoboCup main goal, and speed up the AI research we decided to release parts of our source code for the public RoboCup simulation community, so that participants in this great field of AI won't waste their time to write codes for the very low-level aspects of the research, like connecting to the simulator.

The codes are from our implementations which participated in several occasions/ The code is written in C++ but it doesn't use professional and hard-to-check-out codes to make the review hard. It's structure is ordered and smooth, and is heavily documented. The README file in the base code has documented most useful things for the start.

The main idea for releasing the base code, was to simplify and boost the move to AI aspects, to use the time normally wasted in implementing the low-levels, for implementing the ideas of learning and machine learning procedures.

We hope that this could be the beginnings of a fast start for community.


Zigorat base v0.5.6

  Date added: Saturday, June 30th, 2007

Zigorat base v0.6

Date added: Wednesday, October 1st, 2008


Zigorat base v0.6-113

Date added:  Sunday, February 8th, 2009

Date updated: Monday, February 16th, 2009

Zigorat base v0.6-118

Date added: Friday February 20th, 2009

Zigorat base V0.6-1

Data added: Monday March 30th, 2009

Zigorat Assistant

 (Development Snapshot - Not Fully Functional)

Date Added: Tuesday, October 24th, 2008

Simulator Stuff

In order to use soccer simulator you need to have these softwares installed and ready to use:

A Useful tip to install:

The only valid page to instruct how to install the simulator, is its wiki