[Computer-go] Hex is solved ?
uurtamo at gmail.com
Wed Jul 29 10:27:36 PDT 2015
Generally is good if it's in a reputable journal or conference. Not
everyone can do that, but if it's a new and interesting result of interest
to more than 100 people, probably you can. There are peer-reviewed
electronic journals, for instance.
It's also unclear what the formal statement of the claim is. Having an
efficient solution from an arbitrary board position for an arbitrary
boardsize isn't credible, as John pointed out. (And a version of that
result, which was published in acta informatica, isn't mentioned or
referenced on the hex page mentioned as far as I can find - it would be a
much bigger result than an *inefficient* algorithm, which is fairly easy.).
I allowed my self to remove the link from the wikipedia page as non pair
2015-07-29 15:53 GMT+02:00 "Ingo Althöfer" <3-Hirn-Verlag at gmx.de>:
> Hi Rèmi,
> gorget it - no serious work.
> > Gesendet: Dienstag, 28. Juli 2015 um 15:38 Uhr
> > Von: "Rémi Coulom" <remi.coulom at free.fr>
> > An: computer-go at computer-go.org
> > Betreff: [Computer-go] Hex is solved ?
> > Hi,
> > I have just been told by a colleague that Edouard Rodrigues solved hex
> mathematically. I was very surprised because I had never heard about it.
> > The web site with the proof and optimal strategy is there:
> > http://jeudhex.com/?page_id=17
> > I did not look at it in details, but it seems his method can find an
> optimal move on any position and any board size.
> > Did the computer-hex people of this list knew about it? I know there was
> an Hex tournament in Leiden, so I suppose the computer Hex community might
> not be aware of this result. Or maybe the mathematical result is wrong?
> > Please circulate this information to the Hex specialists. I am curious
> about their opinion.
> > I'll take time tomorrow to study that web site a little.
> > Rémi
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