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Robbery-with-qlearn

by Amrutha (Submitted: 12/17/2012)

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## WHAT IS IT?

Simulation of street robbery
## HOW IT WORKS

Criminals are divided into light and heavy criminals according to crime factor. Light criminals forms gang and do gang robbery. When they achieve crime factor greater than 5, they do heavy robbery. Light robbery gains half the wealth of victims. Victims are - people, women and kids. Women and kids are easy to rob. The presence of police avoids robbery

## HOW TO USE IT

Click on the SETUP button to set up the scene. Set the NUMBER slider to change the number of agents on the road. Click on Simulate to start the agents moving. Note that they wrap around the world as they move, so the road is like a continuous loop. Pause slider controls the ticks to wait after robbery. Vision slider adjusts the vision of light criminals to form gang.
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