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Re: [gnugo-devel] score.c

From: bump
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] score.c
Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 06:38:34 -0800

> > The speed advantage could be significant in a different engine
> > model. I believe that (unlike current GNU Go) a very strong
> > engine would have to score board positions deeper than the top
> > ply and in this case speed would be important.
> But wouldn't the very strong engine have to do owl reading deeper
> than the top ply, too?

It would have to form opinions about life and death, so yes.

> I think for comparative purposes (i.e. chosing between
> different moves/variatons), the inaccuracies of Bouzy's algorithm will
> come to light even more clearly. There is a reason we have been doing a
> couple of years of constant influence/territory tuning.
> Anyway, I won't remove score.c for now.

Thank you.


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