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To create DDA by the approach of ANN from UCT-created data

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8 Author(s)
Xinyu Li ; Int. Sch., Beijing Univ. of Posts & Telecommun., Beijing, China ; Suoju He ; Yue Dong ; Qing Liu
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Dynamic Difficulty Adjustment (DDA) can adjust game difficulty level dynamically; so it generates a tailor-made experience for each gamer. If a game is too easy, the gamer will feel bored; if it is too hard, the gamer will become frustrated. DDA is a mechanism to overcome this dilemma and augment the entertainment of a game by dynamically adjusting the parameters, scenarios and behaviors in the game in real-time based on the gamer's personal ability. We use Upper Confidence bound for Trees (UCT) to create the training data, and then train the Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) off-line with that data. Finally, we derive DDA from ANN approach. In this paper, the prey and predator game genre of Pac-Man is utilized as a test-bed, the procedure of training ANN is shown, and the feasibility of applying DDA to game artificial intelligence (AI) development is demonstrated.

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Computer Application and System Modeling (ICCASM), 2010 International Conference on  (Volume:8 )

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22-24 Oct. 2010

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