Daily Archives: March 21, 2017

New in Reader: Combined Cards

If you’ve ever followed a frequently updating site in Reader, you may have noticed a problem. When one of your followed sites goes on a posting streak, it can easily overwhelm your stream, causing you to miss posts from less frequent sites.
Today we launched a new feature to alleviate this problem: Combined Cards. Now, when a site you follow gets prolific, we’ll combine those posts into a single card — provided the posts are all from the same day and uninterrupted by posts from […]

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New in Reader: Combined Cards

If you’ve ever followed a frequently updating site in Reader, you may have noticed a problem. When one of your followed sites goes on a posting streak, it can easily overwhelm your stream, causing you to miss posts from less frequent sites.
Today we launched a new feature to alleviate this problem: Combined Cards. Now, when a site you follow gets prolific, we’ll combine those posts into a single card — provided the posts are all from the same day and uninterrupted by posts from […]

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Reflections about the research done so far

https://github.com/aigamedev/btsk
There is a book, Game AI Pro, in which one chapter explains and creates the code found in the link above. It is the Behavior Tree Starter Kit (BTSK). The book explains the difference between behavior and actions. Behaviors are the set of logical expressions deciding what the AI does, in other words; what action it takes. An even more formal description is that Behaviors are the nodes in the tree who are parents. The leaf nodes either checks the status of […]

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Reflections about the research done so far

https://github.com/aigamedev/btsk
There is a book, Game AI Pro, in which one chapter explains and creates the code found in the link above. It is the Behavior Tree Starter Kit (BTSK). The book explains the difference between behavior and actions. Behaviors are the set of logical expressions deciding what the AI does, in other words; what action it takes. An even more formal description is that Behaviors are the nodes in the tree who are parents. The leaf nodes either checks the status of […]

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Program: Programming