Thread:User talk:Tmservo/what's the secret to making a good robot in robocode/reply (24)

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I'll give you that it assumes a movement profile that scales with bullet flight time. But that's a very light assumption and not the same as assuming orbital. What types of movement ''don't'' scale with BFT? Just fixed patterns?
 
I'll give you that it assumes a movement profile that scales with bullet flight time. But that's a very light assumption and not the same as assuming orbital. What types of movement ''don't'' scale with BFT? Just fixed patterns?
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PS: Mathematically, I think bearing offsets would assume bullet power is constant, not BFT, right? ;)

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I'll give you that it assumes a movement profile that scales with bullet flight time. But that's a very light assumption and not the same as assuming orbital. What types of movement don't scale with BFT? Just fixed patterns?

PS: Mathematically, I think bearing offsets would assume bullet power is constant, not BFT, right? ;)

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