In Snowie, all cube decisions are considered, no matter how trivial.
Therefore its threshold is infinite (or perhaps
3.0). Gnubg counts only
cube decisions which it thinks are close, so the error rate per cube
decision is higher, because the divisor is lower. The only way to make
the cube stats relate to Snowie's is to do it as per Snowie.
not quite true, snowie counts only the number of moves and divides
the error by the sum of the number of moves for the two players. Therefore
the even with a threshold of infinity gnubg and snowie cube error rates
would not be the same.
Christian.