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Botzone : A Game Playing System for Artificial Intelligence Education

@inproceedings{Zhang2012BotzoneA,
  title={Botzone : A Game Playing System for Artificial Intelligence Education},
  author={Haifeng Zhang and Ge Gao and Wenxin Li and Cheng Zhong and Wenyuan Yu and Cheng Wang},
  year={2012}
}
The Botzone Intelligent Agent Platform is an online intelligent agent competition platform. The Botzone is designed to evaluate the intelligence of agents through competitions between them. The Botzone provides a context for users to learn basic AI knowledge and apply a variety of AI algorithms. It has been used as a teaching system and has served National Olympiad in Informatics (NOI) as a competition platform for many years. The Botzone is also an expandable system, which provides a set of… 

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