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|There are games that were meant to be played only by human players. Multi-player games need more than one human player to be available. Sometimes it is not possible to have more human player available. In that case, it would be interesting if the human player could play with a computer based player.
The challenge of implementing games that need to have computer based players is that they usually need to emulate human intelligence to make human-computer games almost as interesting as human-human games.
This class implements an educative example of the use of artificially intelligence to demonstrate how a computer can emulate human intelligence to accomplish similar tasks.
This example can be useful for those that are interested in learning how to apply artificial intelligence techniques to solve problems on which it is interesting that a computer plays the role of human being, in games or in other more serious types of applications.
|Applications that use this class|
|sudoku4 (6 files)|
|DLX.class.php||Class||new solution rule|
|puzzle1.txt||Example||puzzle requiring x-wing|
|puzzle2.txt||Example||puzzle requiring x-wing|
|puzzle3.txt||Example||puzzle requiring x-wing|
|sudoku-help.html||Doc.||Help and Documentation|
|Sudoku.class.php||Class||User interface class|