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Re: [Bug-gnubg] include 'MET used' in rollout results (export) ?

From: Joern Thyssen
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] include 'MET used' in rollout results (export) ?
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2003 06:43:39 +0000
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On Wed, Aug 13, 2003 at 11:20:14PM +0200, Robert-Jan Veldhuizen wrote
> Hi,
> Just a short, simple suggestion: would it be a good idea to let gnubg also 
> include the MET being used for a rollout result (export) ? Sometimes this 
> can make a significant difference in the results one gets. And maybe also 
> include this for evaluation results?
> I was also wondering whether the MET being used is stored 'internally' and 
> in f.i. a SGF file, and if so, for the file (match, session) as a whole or 
> seperately for each "move"? The latter would be the most complete and 
> versatile, but perhaps it's overkill? I have no idea how gnubg is handling 
> this at the moment.

This is somewhat difficult due to the flexibility gnubg allows. If you
could only choose among a fixed set of METs then we just need to store
the number of the one used, but gnubg allows you to choose an
arbitrary MET. So in order to store which one used, we need to score the
entire MET! Each MET is 1-10kb, so adding it to all moves will require
either lots of work or lots of memory.


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