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Title: A generic approach for obtaining higher entertainment in predator/prey computer games
Authors: Yannakakis, Georgios N.
Hallam, John
Keywords: Computer games -- Design
Human-machine systems
Machine learning
Human-computer interaction
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Charles River Media
Citation: Yannakakis, G., & Hallam, J. (2005). A generic approach for obtaining higher entertainment in predator/prey computer games. Journal of Game Development, 1(3), 23-50.
Abstract: This paper constitutes a sequel to our previous work focused on investigating cooperative behaviors, adaptive learning and on-line interaction towards the generation of entertainment in computer games. A human-verified metric of interest (i.e. player entertainment) of predator/prey games and a neuro- evolution on-line learning (i.e. during play) approach are used to serve this purpose. Experiments presented here demonstrate the generality of the proposed approach, in its ability to overcome the difficulties of learning in real-time and generate interesting predator/prey games, over game type, complexity, topology, initial opponent behavior and player type.
ISSN: 15439399
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