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В этой заметке будут опубликованы вопросы по старшей возрастной группе основной категории WRO 2015 (вопросы и замечания выкладываются на английском языке во избежание двойной обработки).
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- RR.10 is not clear enough to present type of coding for the mountains orientation. Could you provide examples?
- RR do not specify the moment when judges consider attempt as finished successfully: the last cube is touching any part of the mountain? the robot returns back to the start area after placing the last cube on a mountain? If teams on regional competitions will not climb to the montains and would like to just move cubes the base areas what will be the finish condition in this case?
- It is possible a situation when a cube is broken during the movement: one part of the robot is on top of the mountain another is in base area. How much points will the robot be assigned to?
- In order to get maximum points should the cube be completely in the hole? Is the following situation possible?
Is the direction of studs on the cube taken into account?
- Is the depth of the hole specified?
- When the scoring sections says 'on the top' or 'on the slope' does it mean the cube must touch the surface. And if the timer is stopped but the cube within the robot which is on the top of a mountain it will bring the robot 0 points. Is it true?
- Can teams start complaining if transparent walls surrounding the field will not allow the robot to perform climbing or maneuver properly?
- Seems that judges could be strong enough to change orientation of mountains in every round - depending on the material weight of a mountain could be quite big.
- Can the robot leave details on the field? For example, the robot could have already four color cubes loaded by the team on the start, cubes will be very similar to cubes set on the field. In this case it will be hard to determine if the robot performed the task with its own cubes or with the field objects.