By Amira Abdel-Aziz, Weiwei Cheng (auth.), Sarah Jane Delany, Santiago Ontañón (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the twenty first overseas convention on Case-Based Reasoning examine and improvement (ICCBR 2013) held in Saratoga Springs, new york, united states, in July 2013.
The 17 revised complete papers awarded including nine posters were
carefully reviewed and chosen from 39 submissions. The displays and posters lined quite a lot of CBR themes of curiosity either to researchers and practitioners together with case retrieval and model, similarity overview, case base upkeep, wisdom administration, recommender platforms, multiagent structures, textual CBR, and purposes to healthcare and machine games.
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Every scenario was symmetrical about the terrain and units, except for 1 scenario in which one team surrounded another. Both goal systems faced the same opponent implemented by the strategy achieving the goal Closest Distance. This is the most general strategy and generally performed well in every scenario. For every match (scenario) the system played on either side and the resulting score is the average diﬀerence in scores from both runs. The score in Wargus is calculated by adding the score for every enemy unit you defeat, with diﬀerent units being worth different point values.
Aha (Naval Research Laboratory) for suggesting the idea of using IBM Watson in the context of goaldriven autonomy research. We would also like to thank Ulit Jaidee for his code used to run automated experiments in Wargus. This research is funded in part by NSF 1217888. References 1. : Learning and Reusing Goal-Speciﬁc Policies for Goal-Driven Autonomy. , Watson, I. ) ICCBR 2012. LNCS, vol. 7466, pp. 182–195. Springer, Heidelberg (2012) 2. : Automatically Acquiring Domain Knowledge For Adaptive Game AI Using Evolutionary Learning.
The speciﬁc percentage used is user-deﬁned. The value of this second function is that a user does not have to repeat the same answer many more times if they had a single diﬀerent answer for some reason. For example, consider a frequent traveller. Most of the time they book a ﬂight from their home airport, but sometimes they are in a diﬀerent city and they book a ﬂight leaving from there. We can still learn which airport they prefer since the majority of the time they choose their home airport. More speciﬁcally, suppose they have their percentage set to 75% and the sequential threshold set to 3 for example.