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Solving Games in Java (Part I) - Practical Java Projects

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Solving Games in Java (Part I) - Practical Java Projects

Udemy - Solving Games in Java (Part I) - Practical Java Projects
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 51 kbps | 48 KHz | Duration: 2 Hours | 180 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Java programming: using search techniques (DFS, BFS, A*, IDA*, minimax, alpha-beta pruning) in practice.
You know Java basics, maybe even took a data structures course & wonder how your knowledge could be used in practice? Looking for a coding project to hone your skills? Want to outplay or baffle your friends with a program that plays better than them? Join these series to build game solvers, game AI & Flash game bot! From scratch!

Solving Games in Java course series are targeted for demonstration of practical usage of searching techniques like depth-first search, breadth-first search, A* search, IDA* search, minimax search, alpha-beta pruning. Basic underst&ing of recursion & Java data structures (list, array, queue) is recommended.

Course series (released as different courses, some might still be unreleased):

Part I: Boggle solver (3 different solutions, primary focus is DFS)
Part II: N-puzzle solver (4 different solutions: DFS, BFS, A*, IDA*)
Part III: Connect Four (4 different AI players: r&om, Monte Carlo, minimax, alpha-beta pruning)
Part IV: Diamond Dash (we will build a bot to beat this Facebook game)
By the end of each course you will build a working solution (or even multiple solutions) which you could continue to work on, update, modify, experiment!

What are the requirements?

Basic Java knowledge
Underst&ing of basic data structures (array, list, queue)
Basic grasp of recursion
Read a thing or two about depth-first & breadth-first searches
What am I going to get from this course?

Over 24 lectures & 1 hour of content!
Learn to use searching techniques in practice (this part is mostly about DFS)
Build a solver for Boggle game (in 3 different ways)
Get a project prototype to work on & develop it further
What is the target audience?

Someone who is familiar with basic algorithms & data structures
Java beginners who want to progress further
Java beginners who seek some practical projects
Java beginners who are eager to learn & experiment
Anyone else who is interested in the topics covered

Solving Games in Java (Part I) - Practical Java Projects

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