A Comprehensive Survey on Machine Learning for StarCraft


A Comprehensive Survey on Machine Learning for StarCraft – This paper presents a new methodology for studying and analyzing data from the StarCraft computer games. Inspired by the concept of data, our methodology uses a large unstructured dataset of StarCraft 1 played in the form of a database of player profiles (or profiles that contain various types of data). The data is partitioned into two classes of users: those who play directly, and those who play on a set of random graphs, with a random model. A random model is defined in terms of a game’s reward distribution. We propose to combine the rewards from the model using this random model. In addition to the rewards we obtain, we are interested in the effects of different random models on the observed statistics.

In the context of deep learning, deep neural networks (DNN’s) have recently gained popularity due to their impressive performance on most tasks, such as object classification, language understanding and object recognition. However, for the most part, DNN’s are not fully-connected. In order to handle multiple layers, these layers are used to perform the classification of the input image, which has been a challenging task for deep neural networks. In this work, we propose a novel hierarchical LSTM architecture, which is capable of being stacked to provide a higher level learning capability. Unlike the previous hierarchical architectures, the learned LSTM structures are connected to the learned models by a novel set of hidden layers, which can be easily updated via a back-propagation algorithm. Moreover, we show that the learnt LSTM can directly be used for segmentation, which is a highly desirable task for neural networks in this context. Experimental analysis using a simulated human benchmark dataset demonstrates that the proposed architecture is significantly better for the proposed task.

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A Comprehensive Survey on Machine Learning for StarCraft

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