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2005
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Learning and Exploiting Relative Weaknesses of Opponent Agents

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Learning and Exploiting Relative Weaknesses of Opponent Agents
Agents in a competitive interaction can greatly benefit from adapting to a particular adversary, rather than using the same general strategy against all opponents. One method of such adaptation is Opponent Modelling, in which a model of an opponent is acquired and utilized as part of the agent's decision procedure in future interactions with this opponent. However, acquiring an accurate model of a complex opponent strategy may be computationally infeasible. In addition, if the learned model is not accurate, then using it to predict the opponent's actions may potentially harm the agent's strategy rather than improving it. We thus define the concept of opponent weakness, and present a method for learning a model of this simpler concept. We analyze examples of past behavior of an opponent in a particular domain, judging its actions using a trusted judge. We then infer a weakness model based on the opponent's actions relative to the domain state, and incorporate this m...
Shaul Markovitch, Ronit Reger
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Type Journal
Year 2005
Where AAMAS
Authors Shaul Markovitch, Ronit Reger
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