Automated Puzzle Generation

@inproceedings{Colton2002AutomatedPG,
  title={Automated Puzzle Generation},
  author={Simon Colton},
  year={2002}
}
We give a characterisation of certain types of puzzle in term s of the structure of the question posed and the nature of the answer to the puzzle. Using this characterisation, we ha v extended the HR theory formation system (2) to enable it to automatically generate puzzles given background info rmation about a set of objects of interest. The main technica l difficulty to overcome was to ensure that the puzzles generat ed by HR had a single solution (up to a level of plausibility). We give… CONTINUE READING
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