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CG
2010
Springer
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Rook Jumping Maze Design Considerations
We define the Rook Jumping Maze, provide historical perspective, and describe a generation method for such mazes. When applying stochastic local search algorithms to maze design, m...
Todd W. Neller, Adrian Fisher, Munyaradzi T. Choga...
IJCGA
2010
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Leaving an Unknown Maze Using an Error-Prone Compass
Imagine you are trapped in a maze of caves. All you have is an old rusty compass and barely enough light to read it. How much inaccuracy can you allow to ensure that you can leave...
Tom Kamphans, Elmar Langetepe
PRESENCE
1998
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13 years 4 months ago
Locomotion Mode Affects the Updating of Objects Encountered During Travel: The Contribution of Vestibular and Proprioceptive Inp
In two experiments, subjects traveled through virtual mazes, encountering target objects along the way. Their task was to indicate the direction to these target objects from a ter...
Sarah S. Chance, Florence Gaunet, Andrew C. Beall,...
CONCURRENCY
2008
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Robust incentives via multi-level Tit-for-Tat
Much work has been done to address the need for incentive models in real deployed peer-to-peer networks. In this paper, we discuss problems found with the incentive model in a lar...
Qiao Lian, Yu Peng, Mao Yang, Zheng Zhang, Yafei D...