[Computer-go] "Computer Go Newsletter" and "Computer Go Association"?
Remi.Coulom at free.fr
Tue Feb 15 09:11:04 PST 2011
The book says "The Computer Go Newsletter", published by the Computer Go Association, describes current developments. That's probably a sentence from an earlier version of the book, that they did not update. They also write "The strongest Go program as of 2009 is Gelly and Silver's MoGo" :-)
On 15 févr. 2011, at 17:45, David Doshay wrote:
> I am unable to view those Google book pages. It says that either the page is unavailable for viewing or I have reached my viewing limit.
> Please include more info, and perhaps I can find the info in the Computer Go Newsletter. I subscribed way back when it was being published, although I lent a few out and they did not return.
> On 15, Feb 2011, at 12:45 AM, Hideki Kato wrote:
>> In a famous text book of AI, "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern
>> Approach (3rd ed.) by Stuart Russell and Perter Norvig", there is a
>> description about recent development in computer Go (the link
>> At the end of the paragraph for "Go" (end of page 194 to the first
>> line of page 195),
>>> The Computer Go Newsletter, published by the Computer Go Association,
>>> describes current developments.
>> I've Googled the newsletter and the association and found some old
>> issues (1986 - 1991) of the newsletter at <http://www.daogo.org/> but
>> nothing new. Does anyone know some about the newsletter and the
>> association, relevant to the description in the text book?
>> Hideki Kato <mailto:hideki_katoh at ybb.ne.jp>
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