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A*Pathfinding lose target after spawning from script?

I have been using A*Path finding to enable object tracking. It works fine if I have both objects on the scene at the same time. However, if I were to use a script to spawn the seeking object ...
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Wander algorithm for a maze [duplicate]

I am making a multiplayer coop FPS game. I have created the first monster with it's AI. I have worked out the A* algorithm for the level based on the triangles of the walkable mesh. So I can already ...
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Speech recognition and AI in language learning platform [closed]

I work for a publishing company that is looking to create an online virtual environment for English Language Learners. We are keen to create something immersive (virtual 3D world) through which the ...
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AI: Updating AI use a lot of CPU

Let's say I got 100 Orcs in my 3D world. They all have the goal to kill each other. That means For 1 Orc I have to check collision with the 99 others. That will give me the number 99^2 which is about ...
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1answer
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3D Flight Path Generation and applying a curve to x,y,z

I made a little critter that roams around. var boundary = 10.0; var startingPoint = <0.0,0.0> var destination = ...
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Data Structure (or algorithm) for fast distance-based entity lookups

For example, your game has 100 enemies (on different teams) running around and their AI wants to inspect the nearby entities to see which it should attack. What is a fast way to organize those ...
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How do I apply A* to a complex and dynamic 3D environment?

So I've looked a bit at Breadth-First and Depth-First search algorithms and I think I've got a pretty good idea of how they work. Now I am here : http://www.policyalmanac.org/games/aStarTutorial.htm ...