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Explaining How to Play Real-Time Strategy Games

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Explaining How to Play Real-Time Strategy Games
Real-time strategy games share many aspects with real situations in domains such as battle planning, air traffic control, and emergency response team management which makes them appealing test-beds for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning. End user annotations could help to provide supplemental information for learning algorithms, especially when training data is sparse. This paper presents a formative study to uncover how experienced users explain game play in real-time strategy games. We report the results of our analysis of explanations and discuss their characteristics that could support the design of systems for use by experienced real-time strategy game users in specifying or annotating strategy-oriented behavior. Key words: strategy, explanation, real-time games, user study
Ronald A. Metoyer, Simone Stumpf, Christoph Neuman
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where SGAI
Authors Ronald A. Metoyer, Simone Stumpf, Christoph Neumann, Jonathan Dodge, Jill Cao, Aaron Schnabel
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