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Réf. : Re: [Bug-gnubg] GnuBG at Computer Olympics 2006

From: Massimiliano . Maini
Subject: Réf. : Re: [Bug-gnubg] GnuBG at Computer Olympics 2006
Date: Mon, 29 May 2006 11:35:46 +0200

>What are the precise Olympic settings?  There is a lot of confusion
>circulating at The Zone as to the best settings for GNU.  No doubt you
>the answer.

I personally use (as in Torino) Supremo chequer/Supremo cube with pruning
neural nets for both gnubg player and analysis. It's 2-ply (Snowie 3-ply)
with a large move filter ... good enough for me and reasonably fast (on a
decent PC).

The hard thing to do is to find a good setting for a rollout, since this is
a trade off between speed and accuracy that depends a lot on the position
you're rolling out.


Note that Supremo cube is in fact world class, since the only differnce
world class and supremo is the size of the move filter (that do not affect
cube handling).

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