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Pogamut Quarterly

Pogamut Quarterly Report 03/2011

Published by michal.bida on Tue 25 of Oct., 2011
The last Pogamut release is Pogamut 3.2.4.

News:

Just to remind you:

  • UT2004Tournament project implemented that allows you to easily conduct death matches / tournament
    • It automatically provide statistics about all bots from the tournament (except native bots)
    • THIS IS KILLER FEATURE FOR ASSESSING COMBAT BEHAVIOR QUALITY OF YOUR BOT!
  • StoryFactory project is now at version 2.0 - it is a simple tool for scripting stories in Unreal Engine 2. More info: Emohawk homepage(external link)

We are working on:
  • UT2004Analyzer - a package build on top of UT2004Tournament that allows to define metrics which can be use to assess the bots performance.
  • we're are finishing the work on Team of bots support. It will provide a possibility to have bots with shared worldviews which you could use for inter-agent communication using your own custom messages.
  • we are working on Pogamut Maven archetypes/NetBeans plugin support - this will add our example projects once more to NetBeans "New Project" menu (this feature is currently broken, but it can be easily bypassed thanks to Maven)
  • work on debugger for SPOSH plans continues
  • New set of tutorials covering first steps with Maven

Do you have a project built on top of the Pogamut platform? If yes and you want it to be mentioned in the next release of "Pogamut quarterly" or have a link from the Pogamut homepage, then let us know!

All the best,
The Pogamut Team

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Acknowledgement

This work is supported by GA UK 1053/2007/A-INF/MFF (2007-8), GA UK 351/2006/A-INF/MFF (2006-8), the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (grant MSM0021620838) (2008-9), by the Program "Information Society" under project 1ET100300517 (2006-9), and the project Integration of IT Tools into Education of Humanities (2006-8) and by the project CZ.2.17/3.1.00/31162, which are financed by the European Social Fund, the state budget of the Czech Republic, and by the budget of Municipal House Prague.