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  • ...ding a direct and accurate benchmark of how "good" your gun is in terms of RoboRumble points. ...of [[Raiko]] 0.43, disable the [[Musashi Trick]], and enter it into the [[RoboRumble]]. For a quick and clean hack it is advised to use [[PEZ]]'s [[/RaikoNMT]]
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  • ...ellent [[Anti-Surfer Targeting]]. And as the number of Wave Surfers in the RoboRumble continues to grow, it will gain you more rating points, too. {{Navbox challenges}}
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  • ...Shadow]] and [[DT]] itself comes to mind here. I am thinking about how a [[RoboRumble/Strongest Bot|Strongest Bots Rumble]] should work. Meanwhile lets see what ...ts. Not a version optimized for [[DT]] but that isn't released on the [[RR|RoboRumble]].
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  • [[Simonton]] took the crown of best RM guns from the targeting challenges. There was a major increase in the competitiveness in the top 10 of both the RoboRumble and the MicroRumble.
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  • ** Submit your bots to the [[RoboRumble]] ...http://twitter.com/robowiki @robowiki] and [http://twitter.com/roborumble @roborumble] on Twitter.
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  • ...collected results from the RoboRumble and various Targetting and Movement challenges ==== Results from the RoboRumble ====
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  • * It is a common reference bot in [[:Category:Targeting Challenges|Targeting Challenges]], with a [[Random Movement]] that is particularly difficult to pin down. ...is presently around #25 in [[MiniBot]] 1v1 and #100 in General 1v1 in the RoboRumble, but it was a contender for the top 1v1 bot when it was in development. It
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  • [[/VersionHistory | Version History]] | [[/Challenges | Challenges]] In the top-100 of the 1-on-1 [[RoboRumble]]. I normally wait until version 1.0 before releasing, but this developmen
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  • [[/VersionHistory | Version History]] | [[/Challenges | Challenges]] Currently in the top-50 of the 1-on-1 [[RoboRumble]].
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  • In the [[RoboRumble]] CC will encounter most robots in only one 35 round match. Let's assume it === Challenges to overcome: ===
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  • [[/VersionHistory | Version History]] | [[/Challenges | Challenges]] | [[/Targeting | Targeting]] Currently in the top-60 of the 1-on-1 [[RoboRumble]].
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  • ...net/rumble/RatingsDetails?game=roborumble&name=darkcanuck.Gaff+1.44|rumble=RoboRumble|scorelabel=APS|score=68.06|rank=108th|win=617|loss=126|plrank=111th|glicko2 * Ranked 91 in [[RoboRumble]]: 69.9 APS, 1546 ELO, 1869 Glicko2, 2841 battles (14-Aug-2009)
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  • ...nality similar to that of [[RoboResearch]] -- the ability to run robots in challenges for the purpose of testing, diagnostics, and comparison -- but with a few d ...f possible. A typical usage of this would be to set the directory to your RoboRumble robots directory.
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  • ...rmal for me - I generally run 35-round battles, as that's what used in the RoboRumble. =) -- [[Voidious]] ...as many segments on Yoda than i thought. Maybe just for nice scores in the challenges :)
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  • ...com/BotDetails?game=roborumble&name=rsalesc.roborio.Roborio%201.2.7|rumble=RoboRumble|scorelabel=APS|score=84.77|rank=21st|win=1125|loss=30|plrank=22nd|glicko2=N ...com/BotDetails?game=roborumble&name=rsalesc.roborio.Roborio%201.2.6|rumble=RoboRumble|scorelabel=APS|score=82.24|rank=46th|win=911|loss=32|plrank=211th|glicko2=N
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  • Current roborumble rating: Drifter 29 -- #30, 1892 elo (2061 Glicko-2). For ratings for older versions, and for results in various challenges, see the [[/Results]] page.
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  • ...se could still be nice additions), but things that present new programming challenges to the Robocoder, like obstacles or your "fuel" idea. These would both add ...le. There are a dozen teams or so, compared to nearly 500 entrants in the Roborumble. Hell, I started doing Robocode over a year ago and my bot can barely brea
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  • ...gainst the 'average' performers, but I agree with Voidious in terms of the challenges being a comparison to the best of the best. If you want to know about 'ove ...the scope of this challenge broadens is if there is a desire/need for two challenges. I'll likely participate in the challenge on some level, but I am not in f
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  • ...ll probably just release both in the same package and test them out on the RoboRumble to see how the gun places (and to give me a comparison of how badly I need ...SineSweep ceased to exist... Anyway, I posted something similar to this in RoboRumble/RankingChat; I can't believe Fractal jumped so many positions with so few c
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  • ...change might help. It can certainly only get so close to truly reflecting RoboRumble rating, but I think it could be a lot closer. Do we have a common / fixed g Raiko is the old standby, its been used in many challenges already for its gun. Its tried and true. Not to mention fast. --[[Chase-san
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  • ...information about your enemy (like targeting information). One of the big challenges is how to specify that a given enemy is dead. I stumbled on a great way to * If you're looking at your [[RoboRumble]] problem bots, realize that some of them might be a problem bot for you be
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  • While it's not that useful for increasing [[RoboRumble]] performance, a lot of us enjoy trying to improve our [[Anti-Surfer Target * In the present RoboRumble, 6 of the top 10 and 11-12 of the top 20 (not sure about [[RougeDC]]) are u
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  • ...iscrete commands, no trigonometry). But it never had a community as big as roborumble. --[[User:MN|MN]] 21:55, 6 February 2012 (UTC) Also, you can find all the rumble robots here: http://robowiki.net/wiki/RoboRumble/Participants
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