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aofer

Member Since 09 Oct 2011
Offline Last Active Aug 17 2012 07:52 AM

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In Topic: Is there a framework or a simulator for implementing and profiling AI path fi...

14 July 2012 - 12:58 AM

OK, this is the project at its current version.
I think its a bit broken at this stage, I noticed a scenario in one of the algorithms when the two vehicles collide so one of the algorithms might be buggy.
But the point is actually the environment and not eh specific algorithm.
I know the UI is shitty, but in my defense I was in charge of the framework and algorithms, my partner did the UI Posted Image
I provided a user manual, it might help if the UI isn't clear enough.
There's also a problem with the color configuration file, it has to be inside \jar-location\src\resources\ in order to work (otherwise you won't get colors for the car icons).

Anyway any comments and critics about this applications, from UI to features would be highly appreciated.
I intend to rewrite most of the code here if not all of it.

Thanks in advance

Amit

In Topic: Is there a framework or a simulator for implementing and profiling AI path fi...

12 July 2012 - 01:53 AM

ok, thanks.
Is this a good place to upload my project to get critics.
I wanna show the current version that I made a year ago in order to understand what I should do better in the new version.

In Topic: Is there a framework or a simulator for implementing and profiling AI path fi...

11 July 2012 - 04:09 AM

what do you think would be the best programming language for implementing the algorithms.
I thought about maybe instead of java, add support for LUA for example.
And do you think it something worth putting on my portfolio when applying to a game programming job?

In Topic: Is there a framework or a simulator for implementing and profiling AI path fi...

11 July 2012 - 02:49 AM

The reason I'm asking this is because I created such a tool a year ago as my 4th year university project.
It was implemented in java and had 3 different algorithms.
I thought the idea was kinda cool but when I look at it now (especially with 1 year in the software industry) the UI can be improved for better usability and there are some features that its missing and the code could be improved.

I thought about taking this project and re-implementing it, not necessarily in java.
I wanted to know if this is something that might be useful to others.
The plan was to do it as an open source project and to make the framework as easy to use as possible for algorithm developers to implement an algorithm and watch the results and see the performance on pre loaded maps.
my original project used grid maps, I thought about adding geographic maps (which was one of the original goals of the project that we eventually had to omit)
so what do you guys think?

In Topic: trying to get a job in another country

17 December 2011 - 02:22 PM

Thanks you for your reply, it was very helpful, this is exactly the sort of replies I wanted to get when I posted my question.

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