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Gapoera: Application Programming Interface for AI Environment of Indonesian Board Game

@article{Rajagede2021GapoeraAP,
  title={Gapoera: Application Programming Interface for AI Environment of Indonesian Board Game},
  author={Rian Adam Rajagede and Galang Prihadi Mahardhika},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2110.11924}
}
Currently, the development of computer games has shown a tremendous surge. The ease and speed of internet access today have also influenced the development of computer games, especially computer games that are played online. Internet technology has allowed computer games to be played in multiplayer mode. Interaction between players in a computer game can be built in several ways, one of which is by providing balanced opponents. Opponents can be developed using intelligent agents. On the other… 
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