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The aim of the Intelligent Composite Motion Control, ICMC, is intelligent robots that realize complex behavior autonomously and adaptively. Starting from simple and easy motion at low levels, very complex and difficult behavior is gradually developed. In this work, in order to establish a method for quantitative evaluation of robot behavior, several indices to evaluate the complexity and difficulty are introduced by use of the terminology in ICMC. By applying the indices to behavior in the robot soccer problem, the validity of the indices is verified.