Player Skill Modeling in Starcraft II

@inproceedings{Avontuur2013PlayerSM,
  title={Player Skill Modeling in Starcraft II},
  author={Tetske Avontuur and Pieter Spronck and Menno van Zaanen},
  booktitle={AIIDE},
  year={2013}
}
Starcraft II is a popular real-time strategy (RTS) game, in which players compete with each other online. Based on their performance, the players are ranked in one of seven leagues. In our research, we aim at constructing a player model that is capable of predicting the league in which a player competes, using observations of their in-game behavior. Based on cognitive research and our knowledge of the game, we extracted from 1297 game replays a number of features that describe skill. After a… CONTINUE READING

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