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In this step you need to be careful on how to update this node i when another enemy has written into it keep the larger value.
Now, in every timestep you pick as the next node the one node in your neighborhood that has closest distance to the goal. Since nodes that are "close" to an enemy are always at least as expensive as maxdist, you are automatically avoiding enemies. And if you get cornered by enemies from two sides, you will automatically stay in the middle between the two, hoping for as long as possible that one of them turns around.
This might not necessarily maximize your chances, especially not if you can do predictions about the enemy movement.
Furthermore this behaves "stupid" as it would run towards an enemy even if you can't pass it until it " sees " it, from where it would turn around. But it is a general approach, that might even be the best one can do, especially if you cannot see enemies from too far away and if you have no information about their movement, but you have a map to see where you are and where the goal is.
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Active 3 years, 8 months ago. Viewed times. I am very curious of the best algorithm or general approach to handle this.
S: You know where the enemy units are located. Assuming that you want to do what a human in a dangerous maze would do: Just go ahead and run away whenever you see an enemy, here is a simple idea: Run breadth first search once starting from the goal over the whole graph to store the distance to the goal in every node.
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