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It has to be java and execute on the client's machine. How tough would it be to get programs in other languages to connect? CGOS (computer go server) is on boardspace and does not require java-based programs. By client, do you mean someone who's trying to play Hex on boardspace, or do you mean that...
- Tue Feb 12, 2008 6:23 pm
- Forum: MCTS
- Topic: Applying go methods to other games
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Remi wrote (on computer go mailing list): > I expect checkers and abalone to be very easy to attack with MC methods. I am not so sure. Of course it is easy to write a MC program for any game. But I do not expect that it would be competitive with the classical approach for Abalone. Checkers is solved...