Re: [sfrsa] Annual Robot Games
>Good idea for an open class event. But then an open class event could be soI think what Paul is getting at here is an event like the decathlon
>wide that defined tasks may be too limiting. How about award classes for
>most original, best engineered, best stupid-robot-trick, etc, etc.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Paul F. Grayson <pgrayson@...>
>Sent: Sunday, July 30, 2000 11:02 PM
>Subject: Re: [sfrsa] Annual Robot Games
>> One way to structure contest rules is to give points for each of the
>> tasks... if a robot can not do a particular task... is misses those
>> but can still score with the things it can do.
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>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Jeanette Eya-Zeissig <jzeissig@...>
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>> Sent: Monday, July 31, 2000 1:53 AM
>> Subject: Re: [sfrsa] Annual Robot Games
in which the overall winner frequently does not come in first in any of the
sub-events, but manages to win the overall competition by dint of stellar
performances in a few sub-events or consistently mediochre to good results
across the board. This consideration was behind my remark that I should
have participated in last year's games in spite of my fear that
Fuzzknuckles (my 'bot) would fail the stair-climb. I like this idea, and,
with the addition of adjustability on some of the apparatus to appease
nervous nellies like my previous self, it could go pretty much like the
obstacle courses of the past. "Charm" awards should be given regardless of
the final details of the event. How does that sound?
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