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Subject: [freeciv-ai] Idea for a AI testcase
From: Raimar Falke <rf13@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2003 12:24:06 +0200

A big island and two players. Each player has a city and an equal
number of units of the same type. These are places like this.

       uuu                                 UUU
  c    uuu                                 UUU   C
       uuu                                 UUU

Both players know the whole map. The island has random terrain. The
cities can't produce new units. Units can't be upgraded.

Good actions by the AI:
 - move unit to a tile with a high defence value
 - fortify unit
 - move unit to a tile with a high defence value and fortify unit
 - move unit into city
 - move unit into city to heal
 - planned attack (multiple units vs one enemy unit)

Bad actions would be:
 - stay idle
 - unplanned attack (one unit against multiple enemy units)
 - bad attack (attacking a best defended units first)

I have no idea what the current AI will do in this case.


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