Neural Networks Models for Analyzing Magic: the Gathering Cards

  title={Neural Networks Models for Analyzing Magic: the Gathering Cards},
  author={F. Zilio and Marcelo O. R. Prates and L. Lamb},
  • F. Zilio, Marcelo O. R. Prates, L. Lamb
  • Published in ICONIP 2018
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • Historically, games of all kinds have often been the subject of study in scientific works of Computer Science, including the field of machine learning. By using machine learning techniques and applying them to a game with defined rules or a structured dataset, it’s possible to learn and improve on the already existing techniques and methods to tackle new challenges and solve problems that are out of the ordinary. The already existing work on card games tends to focus on gameplay and card… CONTINUE READING
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