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Re: [gnugo-devel] MonteGNU

From: alain Baeckeroot
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] MonteGNU
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 12:05:04 +0200
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Le Lundi 10 Avril 2006 00:39, Gunnar Farneb�ck a écrit :
> Today's KGS tournament was 9x9 with very long thinking time, 28
> minutes per player. As it's difficult to get GNU Go to spend all that
> time in a meaningful and robust way I decided to make an experiment.
> Attached is a patch to GNU Go 3.7.9, used in the tournament, which
> adds a Monte-Carlo evaluation on top of the ordinary evaluation. More
> precisely it first makes an ordinary move generation, then takes the
> top moves, defined as valued at least one third of the best move, and
> reevaluates those by an alpha-beta Monte-Carlo search. (Exception,
> fuseki database moves are played immediately to save time.)

Thanks. This is very interesting and looks promising.

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