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I have just designed a system which aids the interaction of AI agents with an environment. However, I am not sure whether my design is efficient, so I would like people here to point out my mistakes.

I don't plan only to ask "is my design a good one?", but put it in the context of the well-defined OOP paradigm, which most of you probably understand much better than me and could help me point out concrete problems.

Is Stack Overflow the right place to ask such a question?

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see detailed breakdown of SE sites given here: Which computer science / programming Stack Exchange do I post in? –  gnat Nov 22 '12 at 14:34

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If it's a design question then Programmers is probably a better place to ask.

Though the same rules about the question being specific and answerable apply there as they do on Stack Overflow. If your question is just "which is better?" or "is this a good design?" then it will likely get closed as not constructive.

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The question could be deemed as too localized, but the answers to it could help others in the future. Also, in a well defined context, I doubt it wouldn't be answerable... –  jco Nov 22 '12 at 12:08

If you're looking for an opinion on your code/design, you should ask the question at Code Review.

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