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They are however less accurate compared to Condition Zero bots. And uses different attack strategy as they will tend to take cover more often, and fires weapon while strafing, and can use Grenades in combat or flushing out suspected enemies (usually from Footsteps noises). And will perform melee attacks if the enemy gets too close, is approached from behind or if the enemy has to reload their weapon (especially during pistol rounds). In addition if they encounter an enemy with a Tactical Shield, they will aggressively shoot the shield('s legs) in attempt to kill their enemy or throwing a HE Grenade at the shield. And should they run out ammo for both secondary and primary weapon during combat, the bots will make any efforts to pick up any available weapon laying on the floor in attempt to fight back with firearms unless the enemy is at very close range in which case the bot will perform melee attacks (Unlike the Condition Zero bots who will rush aggressively toward their enemy with a knife instead of picking up a weapon). They do not however switch to sidearm when they have to reload their primary weapon and instead they prefer to retreat or take cover.
Their sniper range is shorter which varies on which weaponry they carry before they decides to switch to sidearm for close range combat (Scout wielding bot will switch to sidearm sooner than a bot wielding the G3SG1). Unlike Condition Zero bots, POD Bot strafe with the rifle while cocking the bolt action sniper rifles and fires the sniper rifle on fastest as possible (excluding for the AWP), which they fires the Scout even before the game zooms in and in case of semi-auto sniper; they fire the weapon constantly without firing in burst. Typically if a sniper wielding POD bot is being engaged at close range, that bot will either retreat until at \"comfortable ranges\" where the bot will switch back to sniper rifles and continue engage enemies with it or running in circles while shooting the pistol.
If a more powerful preferred weapon is present within their proximality and provided the said bot is not recently in combat, the bot will pick-up the preferred weapon when they can. If bot_randombuy is enabled, they will not do so.
Background High-throughput molecular biology techniques yield vast amounts of data, often by detecting small portions of ribonucleotides corresponding to specific identifiers. Existing bioinformatic methodologies categorize and compare these elements using inferred descriptive annotation given this sequence information irrespective of the fact that it may not be representative of the identifier as a whole. Results All annotations, no matter the granularity, can be aligned to genomic sequences and therefore annotated by genomic intervals. We have developed AbsIDconvert, a methodology for converting between genomic identifiers by first mapping them onto a common universal coordinate system using an interval tree which is subsequently queried for overlapping identifiers. AbsIDconvert has many potential uses, including gene identifier conversion, identification of features within a genomic region, and cross-species comparisons. The utility is demonstrated in three case studies: 1) comparative genomic study mapping plasmodium gene sequences to corresponding human and mosquito transcriptional regions; 2) cross-species study of Incyte clone sequences; and 3) analysis of human Ensembl transcripts mapped by Affymetrix; and Agilent microarray probes. AbsIDconvert currently supports ID conversion of 53 species for a given list of input identifiers, genomic sequence, or genome intervals. Conclusion AbsIDconvert provides an efficient and reliable mechanism for conversion between identifier domains of interest. The flexibility of this tool allows for custom definition identifier domains contingent upon the availability and determination of a genomic mapping interval. As the genomes and the sequences for genetic elements are further refined, this tool will become increasingly useful and accurate. AbsIDconvert is freely available as a web application or downloadable as a virtual machine at: PMID:22967011 153554b96e