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Before a game starts, one would expect the team to generate
a strategic plan for the game that includes contingency plan segments
that are to be recognized and eventually slightly adapted in real-time.
Two main challenges can be identified in this task:
- Definition of strategic task actions with probabilistic
applicability conditions and effects. Uncertainty in the action
specification is directly related to the identification of possible
probabilistic disruptive or favorable external events.
- Definition of objectives to achieve. In this domain, the goal of
winning and scoring should be decomposed in a variety of more concrete
goals that serve the ultimate final scoring goal. Examples are
actions and goals to achieve specific attacking or defending positioning.
Tue Sep 23 10:34:44 EDT 1997