Armon Toubman is a PhD student at LIACS / LCDS. The topic of his research is the use of machine learning to generate behaviour for virtual opponents in air combat training simulations. This research is a collaboration with the Netherlands Aerospace Centre in Amsterdam.
Armon Toubman holds a BSc and MSc in Artificial Intelligence from the VU University Amsterdam. In 2013, he started his PhD research on the topic of using machine learning to generate behaviour for virtual opponents in air combat training simulations. Since then, he has published multiple papers that explore this topic. He is currently writing up his thesis at LIACS and the Netherlands Aerospace Centre, and expects to defend his thesis in 2018.
- Toubman A. (5 februari 2020), Calculated Moves: Generating Air Combat Behaviour (Dissertatie. Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Leiden University) SIKS Dissertation Series nr. 2020-01. Promotor(en) en Copromotor(en): Herik H.J. van den, Spronck P.H.M., Roessingh J.J.M.
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