Movement Challenge 2022/Prior Probability Challenge
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Test your bot against random targeting, which is prior probability of getting hit, in order to compare strategies including distancing, max escape angle and precise wave intersection.
- Random targeting
- Defined as a robot firing uniformly distributed angles between Precise Positional Maximum Escape Angle (PPMEA).
- Firer movement
- A variety of movements should be selected, including stationary, random movement, simple wave surfing & sophisticated wave surfing. (precise list is TO BE DISCUSSED).
- Participant targeting
- Random targeting.
- Ablation experiments of danger models
- Danger models should be replaced by uniformly distributed angles between PPMEA as well (don't use monte-carlo here).
- Original danger models can also be tested, which tests their ability to accurately fit random targeting as well.