Alpaga: A Tool for Solving Parity Games with Imperfect Information. Alpaga is a solver for two-player parity games with imperfect information. Given the description of a game, it determines whether the first player can ensure to win and, if so, it constructs a winning strategy. The tool provides a symbolic implementation of a recent algorithm based on antichains.
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- Berwanger, Dietmar; Chatterjee, Krishnendu; De Wulf, Martin; Doyen, Laurent; Henzinger, Thomas A.: Alpaga: a tool for solving parity games with imperfect information (2009)