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  • Soar 9.6.0 Source Code

    Soar 9.6.0 Source Code

    • The following download contains the latest official release of Soar, which is currently 9.6.0.

      Soar 9.6.0 Source Code
    Important Note: If you want the bleeding-edge, latest release of the Soar code, clone or download a copy of the development branch directly from the Soar repository on...
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  • Soar 9.6.0 Release Notes

    Soar 9.6.0 Release Notes

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    Soar 9.6.0 Release Notes, July 2017
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    This release of Soar includes six key new features:  (1) the first official
    release of a new, far more powerful rule learning mechanism, which we call
    explanation-based chunking, (2) a new instance-based model of semantic memory
    that can be used in a greater variety of ways and integrates with other aspects
    of Soar much more
    ...
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  • Soar Tutorial 9.6.0

    Soar Tutorial 9.6.0

    The Soar 9.6.0 tutorial is a guide for learning to create software agents in Soar. It assumes no prior knowledge of Soar or computer programming. The goals of the tutorial are:
    • Introduce you to the basic operating principles of Soar
    • Teach you how to run Soar programs and understand what they do
    • Teach you how to write your own Soar programs
    This is about the nuts and bolts of writing Soar programs, but not about the theory behind Soar. Each lesson introduces concepts one by one and gives you...
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  • Soar Suite 9.6.0

    Soar Suite 9.6.0

    Soar 9.6.0 is the current, stable version of Soar. It is the first major release in a few years and includes six key new features and hundreds of important bug fixes and code improvements:
    1. Explanation-Based Chunking: The first official release of a new, far more powerful rule learning algorithm that replaces chunking, Soar's original general learning mechanism
    2. Instance-based model of semantic memory: Can be used in a greater variety of ways and integrates with other aspects of Soar much more cleanly
    3. Streamlined user interface: Has far fewer top-level commands with improved presentation and feedback
    4. Explanations: A new explain command provides interactive exploration of an agent's rule learning experiences
    5. Visualizations: A new visualize command creates graphical representations of Soar's memory systems and even some of its processing
    6. Spreading activation: The first beta release of a model of spreading activation in semantic memory
    Use the menu at the bottom of this post to access the full release notes.


    How to Install and Launch Soar
    1. Download Soar 9.6.0 Multi-Platform and extract to the folder of your choice
      • Windows users: Avoid path names that are very long or contain spaces or parentheses. They may prevent the software from running.
    2. Navigate to the folder you extracted to
    3. Launch Soar
      • To launch Soar within a graphical user interface
        • Windows users, run SoarJavaDebugger.bat
        • Linux and Mac users, run SoarJavaDebugger.sh
      • To launch Soar using a command line interface,
        • Windows users, run Soar_CLI.bat
        • Linux and Mac users, run Soar_CLI.sh
        • You can also navigate to the /bin directory in a terminal and run the Soar executable directly
    The Soar Manual is not included in the download and can be found here.

    Note: This binary download requires a 64-bit operating system. If you'd like to use the graphical debugger, Java must also be installed.

    The following menu allows you to access three other sections:
    1. Full release notes
    2. Troubleshooting tips
    3. Getting additional help
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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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  • SublimeText Soar Tools Package

    SublimeText Soar Tools Package

    This extension allows the cross-platform editor SublimeText (http://www.sublimetext.com/) to provide Soar-specific functionality. This package provides the following:
    • Automatic indentation
    • Syntax coloring
    • Code folding
    • Production snippets that help you code faster
    • The ability to run the Soar CLI from SublimeText if you have the SublimeREPL package installed
    Download LinksDocumentation
    Getting Started
    After installing Package
    ...
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  • Rosie Videos

    Rosie Videos

    http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf5R6KZ2JDZKjR2-CjgCnEw
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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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  • QuickLink Input Simulator

    QuickLink Input Simulator

    The purpose of this tool is to give complete control of the input-link to the Soar programmer. QuickLink can be thought of as a way to "fake" an external application, such as a game or simulation, in order to test specific circumstances that are rare and/or hard to reproduce. QuickLink currently can only be operated through the use of a command line interface.

    Download LinksDocumentationNote: The above document is also included in the ...
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  • WordNet WSD

    WordNet WSD

    This project is a word sense disambiguation task that involves some preliminary work importing a WordNet database into Soar's Semantic Memory. It contains a set of PhP scripts that does various conversions to a format that Soar can use and an agent that uses that knowledge to disambiguate words in various sentences.

    Download LinksAssociated Agents
    • Pending
    Documentation
    • Pending
    Data Source

    We are using data from the WN-LEXICAL project:...
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  • VisualSoar

    VisualSoar

    VisualSoar is a development environment written in Java to aid in the creation of agents for use in Soar. It provides syntax coloring, auto-indenting, data map construction and generation, attribute/value completion (using the data map) and agent file structure management.

    Download Links
    • VisualSoar is included with the SoarSuite release. There is a batch or script file at the top level of the SoarSuite folder that will launch it.
    • VisualSoar Source Code
    Documentation
    • If you download
    ...
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  • TankSoar

    TankSoar

    TankSoar is a multi-agent tank battle game implemented using Java and interfaced with Soar via SML.

    The TankSoar world consists of a rectangular grid, 14 squares wide by 14 squares high. All four sides are bounded by walls made of rock. Interior walls are made of trees. There are a variety of maps that can be used, with different layouts of walls. Each TankSoar agent controls one tank. The tank takes up one square in the playing field. A tank has actions it can take, resources it carries,...
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  • Infinite Mario RL

    Infinite Mario RL

    This environment is derived from the Infinite Mario domain from RLCompetition2009 (based on RL-Glue) and uses SML to connect to Soar.

    Agents play a variant of Super Mario, a complete side-scrolling video game with destructible blocks, enemies, fireballs, coins, chasms, platforms, etc. The state space is complicated, but factored in an object-oriented way, which captures many aspects of the real world. Challenges include:
    • Path planning: How can Mario navigate around simple obstacles,
    ...
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  • Eaters

    Eaters

    Eaters is a Pac-Man like game implemented using Java and interfaced with Soar via SML.

    In Eaters, PACMAN-like eaters compete to consume food in a simple grid world. The Eaters world consists of a rectangular grid, 15 squares wide by 15 squares high. Walls bound all four sides. Interior wall sections are randomly generated for each new game. No two walls will touch, so there are no corners, except for exterior walls, and no dead-ends anywhere on the board. Each eater starts at a random...
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  • SoarIDE

    SoarIDE

    The SoarIDE is an advanced editor for the Soar programming language based on the Eclipse platform, developed by Soar Technology. As an Eclipse plugin, the SoarIDE leverages all of the core features of Eclipse including a flexible UI, update manager, regex cross-file search, project organization, a diff tool with integrated version control and local file history, and much more!

    The SoarIDE provides:
    • Syntax Highlighting
    • Error and Warning Marking
    • Content Assist and Code Completion
    • Code
    ...
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  • SoarText/IO

    SoarText/IO

    The purpose of this tool is to allow the Soar programmer to interact with a Soar agent while it is running. SoarTextIO allows you to communicates with an agent via plain sentences that it translates into a linked list of words.

    Why is this useful? Imagine you have written a Soar agent that solves algebra problems. SoarTextIO provides a way for you to give the agent equations to solve on the fly. Or, say that you have written an exploration bot in a simulation whose goal is to find different...
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