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Computers And Games

Third International Conference, Cg 2002, Edmonton, Canada, July 25-27, 2002 : Revised Papers

Computers And Games - Schaeffer, Jonathan/ Muller, Martin/ Bjornsson, Yngvi/ Cg 200 (2002 Edmonton, Alta.) - ISBN: 9783540205456
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Titel: Computers And Games
auteur: Schaeffer, Jonathan/ Muller, Martin/ Bjornsson, Yngvi/ Cg 200 (2002 Edmonton, Alta.)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Paperback
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 431
Uitgever: Springer-Verlag New York Inc
Plaats van publicatie: 01
Publicatiedatum: 01-01-2004
NUR: Divers
Afmetingen: 241 x 158 x 25
Gewicht: 662 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9783540205456
Intern nummer: 7255985

Biografie (woord)

Dr. Martin Müller, viele Jahre Lektor in Klassikerverlagen, ist Autor und Herausgeber zahlreicher Publikationen und lebt heute als freier Lektor in der Schweiz.


1: Evaluation and Learning.- Distinguishing Gamblers from Investors at the Blackjack Table.- MOUSE(?): A Self-teaching Algorithm that Achieved Master-Strength at Othello.- Investigation of an Adaptive Cribbage Player.- Learning a Game Strategy Using Pattern-Weights and Self-play.- 2: Search.- PDS-PN: A New Proof-Number Search Algorithm.- A Generalized Threats Search Algorithm.- Proof-Set Search.- A Comparison of Algorithms for Multi-player Games.- Selective Search in an Amazons Program.- Playing Games with Multiple Choice Systems.- The Neural MoveMap Heuristic in Chess.- Board Maps and Hill-Climbing for Opening and Middle Game Play in Shogi.- 3: Combinatorial Games/Theory.- Solitaire Clobber.- Complexity of Error-Correcting Codes Derived from Combinatorial Games.- Analysis of Composite Corridors.- 4: Opening/Endgame Databases.- New Winning and Losing Positions for 7×7 Hex.- Position-Value Representation in Opening Books.- Indefinite Sequence of Moves in Chinese Chess Endgames.- 5: Commercial Games.- ORTS: A Hack-Free RTS Game Environment.- Causal Normalization: A Methodology for Coherent Story Logic Design in Computer Role-Playing Games.- A Structure for Modern Computer Narratives.- 6: Single-Agent Search/Planning.- Tackling Post's Correspondence Problem.- Perimeter Search Performance.- Using Abstraction for Planning in Sokoban.- 7: Computer Go.- A Small Go Board Study of Metric and Dimensional Evaluation Functions.- Local Move Prediction in Go.- Evaluating Kos in a Neutral Threat Environment: Preliminary Results.


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