Jan Wendler, Gal A. Kaminka, and Manuela Veloso
In this paper we present general theoretical models to improve the coordination between team members. We apply these models for passing, a coordination problem in soccer, and demonstrate the usefulness of these models. For the improvement of the team a trainer has been used to extract good passing behavior out of a set of games. The trainer improves this behavior and gives advice for the agents to improve its coordination.