AAAI Publications, Twenty-Fifth International FLAIRS Conference

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Case Acquisition Strategies for Case-Based Reasoning in Real-Time Strategy Games
Santiago Ontanon

Last modified: 2012-05-16


Real-time Strategy (RTS) games are complex domains which are a significant challenge to both human and artificial intelligence (AI). For that reason, and although many AI approaches have been proposed for the RTS game AI problem, the AI of all commercial RTS games is scripted and offers a very static behavior subject to exploits. In this paper, we will focus on a case-based reasoning (CBR) approach to this problem, and concentrate on the process of case-acquisition. Specifically, we will describe 7 different techniques to automatically acquire plans by observing human demonstrations and compare their performance when using them in the Darmok 2 system in the context of an RTS game.


Game AI; Case-Based Reasoning; Learning from Demonstration

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