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Re: [gnugo-devel] Patch: improve separation of similarly-valued moves

From: aquarius
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] Patch: improve separation of similarly-valued moves
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 13:35:07 +0200
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Am Thu, 15 Apr 2004  Inge Wallin wrote:

There is a TODO item to implement "playing styles".  This could be
something similar, but I don't like such random randomness. :-)  The
randomness must be tightly controlled.

Sure, such a parameter would have been carefully tuned. The default
(say e. g.: 3.0) should play about the same style as GNU Go does now.

Values below 3.0 would tend to "perfect play" :-) whereas values up to
e. g. 5.0 would be usable for the "regular GNU Go user" to get more
interesting games. Higher values would not be of serious concern but
still be aviable - like strength levels below 10 are now.

The docs should say clearly that pushing up the randomness bejond the
default _degrades_ GNU Go's playing strength.


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