Thread:User talk:Tmservo/what's the secret to making a good robot in robocode/reply (19)

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I still disagree that GuessFactors introduce that assumption. A GF is a scalar value representing the whole range of firing angles the enemy could reach. Orbital movement maximizes this range and distributes the values most evenly it.
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I still disagree that GuessFactors introduce that assumption. A GF is a scalar value representing the whole range of firing angles the enemy could reach. Orbital movement maximizes this range and distributes the values most evenly across it.
  
 
How about this: What if I used raw bearing offsets instead of GuessFactors? Do they assume orbital movement?
 
How about this: What if I used raw bearing offsets instead of GuessFactors? Do they assume orbital movement?

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I still disagree that GuessFactors introduce that assumption. A GF is a scalar value representing the whole range of firing angles the enemy could reach. Orbital movement maximizes this range and distributes the values most evenly across it.

How about this: What if I used raw bearing offsets instead of GuessFactors? Do they assume orbital movement?

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