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IWOR is a programming game. It simulate a world in witch robots controlled by programs can live in it, work, defend their tribe and even born new children!
Beneath A Binary Sky is a simulation engine, which simulates a world for robots to live in. It's a highly configurable application, and can simulate a wide range of environments. Beneath A Binary Sky can be use as a tool for doing research on any scope of Artificial Intelligence, or simply as a Programming Game to amuse programmers.
Anticulture projectsAnticulture.Worlds A virtual world in which humans evolve, learn, develop a culture and exchange knowledge. Anticulture.Music A random music generator which generates riffs, beats, lyrics and vocals. Anticulture.Labs A set of possible future anticulture projects
DescriptionThis is an opensource project written in C++ using the Qt framework. It is comparable to MS Terrarium although there are the following differences: qworld is a realtime simulation much more advanced statistics dna and therefor evolution is built-in platform independant still needs ... [More]
This is a programming game. It simulate fight beetween some programs. Each program is a group of five warriors. The goal is to kill all of the other groups.Programs can be in ANY language that support network (socket) programming.
Reinforcement learning toolkit written in Java, with support for multi-agent environments. Current features multi-agent support standard RL algorithms: TD(lambda), Sarsa(lambda), Q(0), actor-critic(lambda). configurable grid world configurable, physically realistic continuous world (based on a ... [More]
This is an Robot Exploration Environment consisting a full robot operating system and a simulator which run the virtual system. It is geared for use to learning robotics concepts in cases where real hardware is not available. The virtual system in run on a normal computer which is in turn low cost compared to real robot hardware
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