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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Computer Olympiad

From: Øystein Johansen
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Computer Olympiad
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 23:19:56 +0200
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Frank Berger wrote:
> I guess under the existing circumstances this is already pretty good for
> a live event. I guess only a few can afford to spend more then 3-4 days
> including the travel for a fun event. Naturally it doesn't mean anything
> for judging which bot is better (at least not if the difference is so
> small as it is between BGB and GNU).


I think we should view the Computer Olympiad as a tournament (as it's
actually is), and not as an analysis of which program is best.

> A longer series of matches is naturally much better suited for that.
> There was a longer series just finished and I'm sure that the results
> will be published in the next few days. I guess at least some people
> will be astonished.... :)

Do I read between the lines that you have matched the two against each
other? What's the score?

Frank? Can you give some details about your training algorithms. Are you
using TD-training exclusively?


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