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Subject: Re: learning to tune parameters by comp-comp games

Author: Gian-Carlo Pascutto

Date: 02:15:51 12/29/00

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On December 28, 2000 at 15:35:19, Dann Corbit wrote:

>I think the Chessterfield idea is a good one.  Have one form of your program
>that learns as it plays.  Write the data out, and have the other form of your
>program use the learned information to evaluate better.  Obviously, if you are
>reexamining your evaluation function as you play, that will detract from the
>engine strength.

You forgot ExChess, which is GPL.

I agree with what you said. Another advantage is that basing learning over
multiple games will improve the results and reduce oscillation.


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