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Thu Nov 18 13:03:43 PST 2010
"the illusory image Chinese chess" could be the re-translation of Phantom
On the page, it listed Go (could be 19x19), 9x9 Go and Phantom Go. And 5
other games including Chinese Chess.
The winner of the Go is the LINGO team.
On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 2:17 PM, Nick Wedd <nick at maproom.co.uk> wrote:
> In message <AANLkTimwDjbTf9-AhwNtHEcFmHjXjR2avvF9jhuqeAYD at mail.gmail.com>,
> Fuming Wang <fumingw85 at gmail.com> writes
> Here is a link that has information about the competition event we
>> participated. It is in Chinese, but has a few pictures.
> I can't read Chinese, and Babelfish isn't much help, it talks about
> "the illusory image Chinese chess". So can you please explain, did this
> event include 19x19 Go, and if it did, who won? Also 13x13.
> Thank you for posting the 9x9 results.
>> On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 8:42 PM, Fuming Wang <fumingw85 at gmail.com>
>> Our FPGA implementation of 9x9 Go, XMU-FPGA, had just participated a
>> national Computer games competition event in Beijing, China. There
>> are 6 participant in 9x9 Go category, with one of them quite strong
>> (Lingo), while 3 others with reasonable strengths,including XMU-FPGA
>> (about as strong as gnu go 3.8). XMU-FPGA did quite well, and
>> finished second place after Lingo. Details of our FPGA
>> implementation has been published at a recent conference, and people
>> interested can send me email in private for a copy of the paper.
>> Best regards,
>> Fuming Wang
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