Synthetic Adversaries for Urban Combat Training

Robert E. Wray, John E. Laird, Andrew Nuxoll, Devvan Stokes, and Alex Kerfoot

This paper describes requirements for synthetic adversaries for urban combat training and MOUTBots, a prototype application. The MOUTBots use a commercial computer game to define, implement and test basic behavior representation requirements and the Soar architecture as the engine for knowledge representation and execution. We describe how these components aided the development of the prototype and present an initial evaluation against competence, taskability, fidelity, variability, transparency, and efficiency requirements.

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