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Monte Carlo and hardware-independent play
« on: Dec 4th, 2006, 5:35pm »
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Omar, one requirement for the Computer Championship is that the bots have an option for hardware-independent playing strength.  What does this mean for bots with a random component?  Do they have to use the same random seed every time (and thus not be random), or is it enough that they limit themselves to a fixed number of nodes to examine?
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Re: Monte Carlo and hardware-independent play
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I think an option to limit the number of nodes examined would be sufficient. However, it would be nice if there was also an option to provide the seed.
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