[Computer-go] Basic Player (Java)
wilemien at googlemail.com
Tue May 4 11:49:30 PDT 2010
I looked at the source code of JavaBot and found it interesting i only
did ask myself how does it treat seki's ?
I think (but haven't tested it yet) Javabot will play badly putting it
self in atari. (it is a valid move and doesn't fill an eye.
Same for double headed dragons but i guess but that is even more theoretical.
On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 10:13 PM, Don Dailey <dailey.don at gmail.com> wrote:
> All I can tell you about is my javaBot player. If you want really simple
> and easy to understand, mine is probably best because all it does is
> generate and test legal moves and score the final position and it does this
> in the simplest possible way. I think the source code is in a single tiny
> But if you care about developing algorithms, you might find that the others
> have more sophisticated data structures that would support more complicated
> heuristics. And you might not like my Java, I basically wrote this bot
> without knowing java and spent more time reading documentation than coding.
> On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 5:01 PM, Tobias Pfeiffer
> <tobias.pfeiffer at student.hpi.uni-potsdam.de> wrote:
>> Dear Computer-Go mailing-list subscribers,
>> I have a little question and I would be very glad if you could help me
>> out. I'm part of a seminar group, which is trying to implement a simple
>> Go-Bot. Therefore we wanted to use a Basic Player so we just need to
>> care about the algorithms. The language of choice is Java (we got no
>> C(++)-experts), we already know 3 basic-players:
>> - plug-and-go
>> - javaBot by Dan Diley
>> - Orego
>> We'd be thankful if anyone could add to the list or point out his/her
>> favorite. So any comments are welcome.
>> You can also find the list of the basic players on our wikipage:
>> http://wiki.govb.de/index.php?title=ComputerGo and while you're there
>> and have time it'd be nice if you'd take a look on the papers listed and
>> notify us if you feel that any significant contribution is missing.
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