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Using a Two-Layered Case-Based Reasoning for Prediction in Soccer Coach

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Using a Two-Layered Case-Based Reasoning for Prediction in Soccer Coach
Abstract— The prediction of the future states in MultiAgent Systems has been a challenging problem since the begining of MAS. Robotic soccer is a MAS environment in which the predictions of the opponents strategy, or opponent modeling, plays an important role. In this paper, a novel case-based architecture is applied in the soccer coach that learns and predicts opponent movements. Case-Based Reasoning(CBR) is a powerful and a frequently applied way to solve problems for humans. However, using CBR in highly dynamic environments results in a large number of cases to be retained, leading to high computational costs for subsequent case management(selection, composition and adaptation). The novel two-layered CBR learning architecture consists of an additional layer of cases to an ordinary layer which provides representation, adaptation and similarity measurement parameters for it. In this way, the complexity of the problem will go back to two subproblems, each of which works with a relati...
Mazda Ahmadi, Abolfazl Keighobadi Lamjiri, Mayssam
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where MLMTA
Authors Mazda Ahmadi, Abolfazl Keighobadi Lamjiri, Mayssam M. Nevisi, Jafar Habibi, Kambiz Badie
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