[Computer-go] Crazy Stone is back
remi.coulom at free.fr
Thu Mar 1 02:41:37 PST 2018
Yes, Weights_33_400 was trained on 9x9. None of the Weights bot uses playouts. I experimented training different network architectures with the same self-play data, so that's why newer networks are not necessarily stronger than older ones.
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De: "Hiroshi Yamashita" <yss at bd.mbn.or.jp>
À: computer-go at computer-go.org
Envoyé: Mercredi 28 Février 2018 23:24:02
Objet: Re: [Computer-go] Crazy Stone is back
Wow, "Weights" is your engine. So my guess was right :-)
In 9x9 CGOS, did you train in 9x9, or just use 19x19 network?
Weights_33_400 is stronger than Weights_40_400.
Maybe it is because Weights_33_400 use CrazyStone's playout, and
Weights_40_400 does not use?
On 2018/02/28 15:13, Rémi Coulom wrote:
> I have just connected the newest version of Crazy Stone to CGOS. It is based on the AlphaZero approach. The "Weights" engine were in fact previous experimental versions. CrazyStone-18.03 is using time control and pondering instead of a fixed number of evaluations per move. So it should be much stronger than Weights_31_3200.
> Does anybody know who cronus is? It is _extremely_ strong. Its rating is low because it has had only weaker opponents, but it is undefeated so far, except for one loss on time, and some losses against other versions of itself. It has just won two games in a row against Crazy Stone.
> I hope the other strong engines will reconnect, too.
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