The Role of Intensive Regression in Learning to Play StarCraft


The Role of Intensive Regression in Learning to Play StarCraft – In this paper we present a novel framework for predicting the importance of an actor’s performance in StarCraft games using a sequence of simple examples. This framework applies probabilistically, learning to a player’s state in a game, and to a character’s actions in the game via the model of the actor’s performance on a sequence of simple examples. We show that this framework outperforms the state-of-the-art predictions and we explore the idea to use probabilistic models through different learning methods. We show that learning to perform at the level of a human actor results in significant improvements over classical probabilistic models that do not learn to play at this level of a human actor.

The goal of this paper is to find a simple and powerful algorithm for image recognition that automatically detects and matches objects in the scene. This could be done by hand-crafted features to automatically learn from the image. In this work, we propose the first and first work of this kind, the DenseImageNet, which is an iterative model that takes an image and outputs a discriminant probability distribution on the object class labels within a set of samples. We present an extensive comparison of two existing deep Convolutional Neural Networks that work well for several categories, namely object detection, object tracking and text recognition. The DenseNet outperforms the state-of-the-art CNN-based object detection and tracking algorithms in terms of accuracy, accuracy reduction and recall, and recognition time. In addition, we also show that the proposed algorithm is applicable to other areas of computer vision that have been shown to be crucial in image recognition.

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The Role of Intensive Regression in Learning to Play StarCraft

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