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Strategic Mastery in Terminal: A Novel Reinforcement Learning Approach to Tower-Defense Gameplay, Shivam Kak, UG '26, Ishaan Javali, UG '26, Yagiz Devre, UG '26 (5EE515B6)

From chess to Atari to AlphaGo, performance in games has been a benchmark of performance for machine learning. Terminal is a tower-defense game where players submit algorithms that play against each…

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Princeton University Orchestra: "Halloween with Sinfonia"

Make the most of the last days before Halloween. This year’s Sinfonia concert program will set the tone with enchanted and haunted landscapes. Alongside familiar symphonic titles, including The…

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Can Pitchers Gain a New Edge in Baseball by Profiling a Hitter’s Swing Path?, Tony Owens Jr, UG '24 (2278771)

A baseball game is a series of batter, pitcher matchups. The pitcher seeks to do one of two things: prevent the batter from making contact, or cause the batter to make weak contact, which will lead…

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Which Premier League team has the worst fans?, Christian Altawil, UG (3993540)

This research project set out to explore the question of which Premier League team has the worst fans by analyzing team chants scraped from a website called fanchants. Using the Python NLTK library,…

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Go with your gut? Determining the value of computation in the game of Go, Owen Travis, UG '24 (2276037)

The ability to make intelligent decisions with limited resources is an essential skill for both humans and artificially intelligent systems. In practical situations where time and computational…

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The Impact of the 2022 FIFA World Cup on Iran: A Clean Sheet for Scoring Political Points

Ghoncheh Tazmini recently completed her term as Visiting Fellow at the Middle East Centre at the LSE. She is the author of Khatami’s Iran: The Islamic Republic and the Turbulent Path to Reform…

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2022 NYC Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference | Blockchain/NFT Trends

The blockchain startup scene is rampant across the region, and alumni involved in building, consulting, and funding token ventures, blockchain technologies, NFT strategies, and Web3 solutions…

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Princeton University Sinfonia Concert: featuring the works of Jean Sibelius and Joaquín Turina

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Changing the Game: Innovations in Professional Sports in Response to COVID-19

This session was part of Engage 2020, Princeton University's new innovation and entrepreneurship conference. The health pandemic has mandated new and imaginative ways for professional sports to…

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The Banjo: Music and Conversation with Robby George and Tony Trischka

The banjo was not born in the United States, but it became the quintessential American instrument. There are various types of banjos and many styles of playing. Robby George and Tony Trischka will…

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Luncheon: Views on Leadership presented by Amy Cuddy *05, Courtney Banghart and Anne-Marie Slaughter ‘80

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