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import java.awt.*; import java.awt.event.*; import javax.swing.*; import javax.swing.border.LineBorder;...


EightpuzzleSolver  goalStates = [ 1 2 3;                      8 0 4;                      7 6 5];   m = [ 2,8,3;          1,6...

15-puzzle(Game of Fifteen)

The 15-puzzle is a sliding puzzle that consists of a frame of numbered square tiles in random order with one tile missing.The object of the puzzle is to place the tiles in order (see diagram) by making sliding moves that use the empty space....

Prolog implementation 8-puzzle

he 8-puzzle will be represented by a 3x3 list of lists positions where the empty box will be represented by the value 9, as shown below: [[9,1,3],[5,2,6],[4,7,8]] Possibility Solution: Only half of the initial positions of the 8-puzzle are solvable. There is a formula that allows to know from...

8puzzle Java Implementation

This ia a 8 puzzle implementation using a star search algorithm with manhattan Distance heuristic model.It consists of a board with 8 numbers on it, the goal is to put these numbers in order by awapping them in between the blank tile. if the final state can not be reached because of the ordering the...

8puzzle Program Artificial Intelegence

this code program for solving course artificial intellegence.this code using C++ programming language, and using breadth first search method for traverse any graph and find the possibly path....

puzzle Games

Developed using Java Swing.   Magic board game: Beginner, intermediate, advanced and custom difficulty play: digital games and images are played. Inside: DIY games number of columns and rows sizes; separated picture, custom picture....

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