[Computer-go] Mastering the Game of Go with Deep Neural Networks and Tree Search (value network)
alvaro.begue at gmail.com
Thu Feb 4 09:11:53 PST 2016
The positions they used are not from high-quality games. They actually
include one last move that is completely random.
On Thursday, February 4, 2016, Detlef Schmicker <ds2 at physik.de> wrote:
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> I try to reproduce numbers from section 3: training the value network
> On the test set of kgs games the MSE is 0.37. Is it correct, that the
> results are represented as +1 and -1?
> This means, that in a typical board position you get a value of
> 1-sqrt(0.37) = 0.4 --> this would correspond to a win rate of 70% ?!
> Is it really true, that a typical kgs 6d+ position is judeged with
> such a high win rate (even though it it is overfitted, so the test set
> number is to bad!), or do I misinterpret the MSE calculation?!
> Any help would be great,
> Am 27.01.2016 um 19:46 schrieb Aja Huang:
> > Hi all,
> > We are very excited to announce that our Go program, AlphaGo, has
> > beaten a professional player for the first time. AlphaGo beat the
> > European champion Fan Hui by 5 games to 0. We hope you enjoy our
> > paper, published in Nature today. The paper and all the games can
> > be found here:
> > http://www.deepmind.com/alpha-go.html
> > AlphaGo will be competing in a match against Lee Sedol in Seoul,
> > this March, to see whether we finally have a Go program that is
> > stronger than any human!
> > Aja
> > PS I am very busy preparing AlphaGo for the match, so apologies in
> > advance if I cannot respond to all questions about AlphaGo.
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