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  • Command-Line Options for the Java Debugger and CLI

    Command-Line Options for the Java Debugger and CLI

    Soar Java Debugger Command Line Options

    -remote Use a remote connection (with default ip and port values)
    -ip xxx Use this IP value (implies remote connection)
    -port ppp Use this port (implies remote connection, without any remote options we start a local kernel)
    -agent <name> On a remote connection select this agent as initial agent
    -agent <name> On a local connection...
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  • Soar 9.5 beta Release Notes

    Soar 9.5 beta Release Notes

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    Soar 9.5.0.beta Release Notes, July 2015
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    This release of Soar includes a new, more powerful version of chunking, which
    we call explanation-based chunking. It also includes various important bug
    fixes, new commands for semantic memory, a new reinforcement learning
    policy.

    SVS, explanation-based chunking and all other learning mechanisms are off by
    default....
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  • Soar 8.5.0 to 8.5.2 Release Notes Archive

    Soar 8.5.0 to 8.5.2 Release Notes Archive

    This document is a collection of all release notes from Soar 8.5.0 to 8.5.2 in reverse chronological order. ...
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  • Soar 8.6.0 to 8.6.4 Release Notes Archive

    Soar 8.6.0 to 8.6.4 Release Notes Archive

    This document is a collection of all release notes from Soar 8.5.0 to 8.6.4 in reverse chronological order. ...
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  • Soar 9.0.0 to 9.3.1 Release Notes Archive

    Soar 9.0.0 to 9.3.1 Release Notes Archive

    This document is a collection of all release notes from Soar 9.0.0 to 9.3.1 in reverse chronological order. ...
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  • Soar 9.3.2 Release Notes

    Soar 9.3.2 Release Notes

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    Soar 9.3.2 Release Notes, April 2012
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    This release of Soar continues the 9.3 line which includes modules for
    reinforcement learning (RL), episodic memory (EpMem), and semantic
    memory (SMem), as well as everything from previous versions of Soar. It
    includes a new "forgetting" mechanism, several bug fixes, a new distribution
    structure, and a simplification of how libraries...
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  • Soar 9.3.4 Release Notes

    Soar 9.3.4 Release Notes

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    Soar 9.3.4 Release Notes, June 2014
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    This release of Soar continues the 9.3 line. It includes the ability to
    include search control knowledge into chunks, a new form of integrated
    Tcl support, improved episodic and semantic memory and a large
    assortment of bug fixes and user interface enhancements. All learning
    mechanisms are disabled by default.

    Soar can be downloaded...
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  • Waterfall

    Waterfall

    This document describes the "Waterfall" modifications made to to Soar.

    As described by Bob Marinier...

    "Suppose I have a blocks world agent that is trying to accomplish "put A on B". Several moves might be required to do this, and the agent doesn't know what they are, so it goes into a subgoal and starts randomly moving blocks around. What we want is for the agent to get a positive reward on the substate's reward link when it succeeds. So we can...
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  • Tank Soar and Eaters Configuration Files

    Tank Soar and Eaters Configuration Files

    Soar2D is a general framework that includes both Eaters and TankSoar. This document describes how to modify these environments using the configuration settings files.

    Configuration Files

    Soar2D configuration files are stored in the Soar2D folder. When running the soar2d jar, you may specify the configuration file to use on the command line, or run without specifying any and a dialog window will pop-up.

    :
    java -jar soar2d.jar configs/tanksoar.cnf
    java -jar
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  • Timers

    Timers

    This document describes how Soar's internal timers work.

    Preprocessor Symbols


    Core/SoarKernel/src/kernel.h contains a few relevant preprocessor symbols:
    • NO_TIMING_STUFF: Defining this symbol removes most timer code from the kernel. The stats command output will be much shorter as well, as it will not include timing statistics.
    • DETAILED_TIMING_STATS: Only valid when NO_TIMING_STUFF is not defined. Defining this turns on more timers for more detailed stats for things
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