General Game Playing

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General Game Playing, (GGP)
an approach of Artificial Intelligence programs to be able to play more than one game successfully. For games like chess, computers are programmed to play these games using a specially designed algorithm - a chess playing program cannot play checkers. A General Game Playing system, if well designed, would be able to help in other areas, such as in providing intelligence for search and rescue missions [1]. One well know commercial General Game program is Zillions of Games by Jeff Mallett and Mark Lefler [2] .


General video game playing (GVGP) is the concept of GGP adjusted to the purpose of playing video games [3], and to apply reinforcement learning and Monte-Carlo tree search to master video and Atari games of skill and strategy.

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