[Computer-go] Playouts vs playingstrength

Petri Pitkanen petri.t.pitkanen at gmail.com
Wed Nov 20 03:17:59 PST 2013


EGF uses GOR which to my understanding is based on Elo model. With
arbitrary equality to old systems 2100 GOR = 1 dan and 100  pts/rank


2013/11/20 Nick Wedd <nick at maproom.co.uk>

> On 20/11/2013 06:45, Detlef Schmicker wrote:
>
>> After turning off pondering in pachi the plot looks much more sensible:
>>
>> http://physik.de/playouts.pdf
>>
>
> What is the relationship between "ELO" as shown on the graph, and Go
> rating, in AGA or EGF terms?
>
> Nick
>
>
>>
>> I will now do some comparison with proportional increasing playouts in
>> pachi and oakfoam.
>>
>> Detlef
>>
>>
>> Am Montag, den 18.11.2013, 21:11 +0100 schrieb Petr Baudis:
>>
>>> On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 03:11:22PM +0100, Erik van der Werf wrote:
>>>
>>>> make sure Pachi isn't doing any kind of pondering in the
>>>> background.
>>>>
>>>
>>>    Indeed, Pachi will ponder by default. Turn pondering off by passing
>>>
>>>         pondering=0
>>>
>>> on the commandline.
>>>
>>>  pachi -d 0 -t =4000 -r chinese threads=1,max_tree_size=2048
>>>>
>>>
>>>    Also, it may be worth passing pass_all_alive unless you are doing a
>>> sophisticated scoring procedure, to make sure Pachi captures all dead
>>> groups at the end of the game.
>>>
>>>    P.S.: Do your results imply that on 4000 playouts/move, oakfoam is
>>> quite stronger than Pachi now? I'd love to hear more. :) How does the
>>> playout speed compare?
>>>
>>>
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