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    Reinforcement Learning

    Reinforcement Learning: An Introduction Richard S. Sutton and Andrew G. Barto online version : Regards Michael
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    This misced with your "budget disco" and you are off to a good start developing a new psychedelic game. "The Weedy Sims" perhaps ? :D where the game is about...ah ah ah ah staying alive.
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    Another paper

    Indeed..."laird.pdf" sounds quite good :P
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    As the world turns...

    *Jesus Christ* We need a fix. We´re hooked...and you´r to blame. All in favor of Nick quitting his day-job and writing tutorials on AI-stuff...say "aye"! AYE !! oO(( that´ll teach him to write tutorials..heh))
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    Database woes

    Where have all the C++-Buff´s gone ? Regards Not-A-C++-Buff
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    Don't drown your food.

    It is a mistake to think you can solve any major problems just with potatoes. -- Hitchhikers Guide to the Universe -- :D
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    So far so good

    Quote: Once you have a firm grasp on how most languages handle controlling a computer (memory management, logic, operations, functions, scope etc) switching between languages is pretty easy. As my teacher at college told me: "the first 3 or 4 languages are perhaps a bit difficult to learn...from there´s pretty easy." And as a added bonus...your not confined to one particular language but can pick and use the right tool for the right job.
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    Some interesting reading

    [qoute] Data mining concepts do this on large databases. [/qoute]´s official....your a tease...your holding out on us. :D I have to you have some links to these concepts ? or names of these concepts ?
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    Some interesting reading

    Interesting article. Though in my opinion he overlooks the the fact that the mammel brain workes in a rational manor which the human brain not always does. A gazelle in africa acts rational when it sees a lion. It runs. A man buys a Mercedes. from a economic standpoint that´s probably not a rational decision. Human beings sometimes act/think irrational which sometimes sparks great ideas and what not. What if game ai sometimes acted irrational ?
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    Even more cows!

    Quote: I'll freely admit I have no real idea what would keep a child interested in a game. I have noticed that one thing that gets to the parents is the sometimes monomaniacal obsessiveness their children show towards one thing. Now, I can't promise that the kids will find my game that fascinating, but what I can do is provide facilities so the parents won't be driven insane by hearing the same thing over and over again. Jim Gee, a teacher at University of Wisconsin, has done a bit of research about games as learning machines and what keeps a gamer interested. You can download some of his published papers here.
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    Quote: Quit being clever and be real. And write a freakin' game already. he´s probably too busy touching ;)
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    *raising his hand*
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    Jumping Jack flash is a ga ga gasss

    If (life >= resources) { return love; } else { return null; }
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    Is this a kind of "always leave them wanting more"-scenario ? :D
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    Journey into madness

    hmm...I would like to work for the company you work for. Seems like you have a lot of free time on your hands :P Not much going on in the wireless/navy business ? btw. what book is "my old ai book" ? title? author ?
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