ConceptA

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ConceptA
Author(s) User:Jdev
Extends AdvancedRobot
Targeting kNN-GF
Movement kNN-True Wave Surfing
Released June 18th, 2012
Best Rating no
Current Rating no
Current Version 0.1
Code License CC BY-ND 3.0
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Most Recent Updates

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What's special about it?

There is nothing special about it. I just decide to write a new bot from scratch using well known best technics. I plan to implement:

  • VGA of main and anti-surfer kNN-GF guns
  • Two wave True surfing with kNN-GF and flattener
  • Bullet Shadows

How competitive is it?

Not competitive now

How does it move?

Currently it's something on the way between simple orbital random movement and multiply wave true surfing with flattener, bullet shadows, gun heat weaves and antirammer

How does it fire?

Currently it's something on the way between head on gun and VGA of kNN-GF based main and anti-surfer guns

What does it save between rounds and matches?

Currently it's something on the way between nothing and between rounds it saves targeting and movement logs and other stuff, between matches nothing

Where did you get the name?

I hope, that it will be new clear, flexible and scalable platform for future research

Can I use your code?

You can use any code published on this wiki, but not published code, avaliable from ConceptA's jars, you can only read. See CC BY-ND 3.0 for license of not published code.

What's next for your robot?

  • Take a much more code:)

Does it have any WhiteWhales?

Do not know

What other robot(s) is it based on?

Some algorithms from Tomcat, User:Rednaxela/FastTrig class and User:Rednaxela/kD-Tree class

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