Automated intelligent pilots for combat flight simulation

@article{Jones1998AutomatedIP,
  title={Automated intelligent pilots for combat flight simulation},
  author={Randolph M. Jones and John E. Laird and Paul E. Nielsen},
  journal={AI Magazine},
  year={1998},
  volume={20},
  pages={27-41}
}
TacAir-Soar is an intelligent, rule-based system that generates believable \human-like" behavior for military simulations. The innovation of the application is primarily a matter of scale and integration. The system is capable of executing most of the airborne missions that the United States military ies in xed-wing aircraft. It accomplishes this by integrating a wide variety of intelligent capabilities, including reasoning about interacting goals, reacting to rapid changes in real time (or… CONTINUE READING
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