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Using Agent-Based Tactics Models to Control Virtual Actors in VBS3

@inproceedings{Evertsz2015UsingAT,
  title={Using Agent-Based Tactics Models to Control Virtual Actors in VBS3},
  author={Rick Evertsz and John Thangarajah and Nik Ambukovski},
  booktitle={AAMAS},
  year={2015}
}
The computer-based simulation of military tactics has largely involved the use of platform-dependent scripting resulting in behaviour that is limited, and difficult to debug and reuse. The Tactics Development Framework (TDF) addresses these shortcomings by providing design-level support for tactics modelling. Its integration with VBS3 is reported here. 
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