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#* I used an approximation via <math>e^x = \lim_{n \to +\infty}(1+\frac{x}{n})^n</math>, with n = 128 It helped a lot, and it only gets serious error at 4-5+ bandwidths away. Also, the approximation drops off faster than the real thing, which is more acceptable to me than lingering too high. | #* I used an approximation via <math>e^x = \lim_{n \to +\infty}(1+\frac{x}{n})^n</math>, with n = 128 It helped a lot, and it only gets serious error at 4-5+ bandwidths away. Also, the approximation drops off faster than the real thing, which is more acceptable to me than lingering too high. | ||

# Virtual gun array time! | # Virtual gun array time! | ||

− | #* How to choose a gun? I'm tempted to try instant runoff voting | + | #* How to choose a gun? |

+ | #** Simply using the log of what worked best for the k-nearest-neighbors (real waves only) for this shot doesn't work too well. | ||

+ | #** I'm tempted to try [http://code.google.com/p/voteutil/ instant runoff voting or maybe some other fun voting method] by polling several selectors: the this-knn one above, several hitrate loggers with different rolling depths and a static selector that always favors the main gun. |

## Revision as of 06:40, 26 June 2012

## DeBroglie Roadmap / Development notepad / Brainstorming Sandbox

- Continue tracking down why there are so many skipped turns.
- I used an approximation via <math>e^x = \lim_{n \to +\infty}(1+\frac{x}{n})^n</math>, with n = 128 It helped a lot, and it only gets serious error at 4-5+ bandwidths away. Also, the approximation drops off faster than the real thing, which is more acceptable to me than lingering too high.

- Virtual gun array time!
- How to choose a gun?
- Simply using the log of what worked best for the k-nearest-neighbors (real waves only) for this shot doesn't work too well.
- I'm tempted to try instant runoff voting or maybe some other fun voting method by polling several selectors: the this-knn one above, several hitrate loggers with different rolling depths and a static selector that always favors the main gun.

- How to choose a gun?