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Re: [Bug-gnubg] FormatMoves

From: Thomas A. Moulton
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] FormatMoves
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2010 07:47:05 -0400
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Will the added noise result in randomly taking bad moves?

I see the noise can be deterministic or random.

Also can the predefined analysis levels be selected from the command line?
(or should I set it and grab gnubgrc?)

If I can get all I need from the existing settings, then can I add a (global) setting to display moves in plain format?


Christian Anthon wrote:
There is similar functionality in the code already where you can add
noise to the evaluation. You might want to look at that.


On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 8:07 PM, Thomas A. Moulton <address@hidden> wrote:
Thanks, I found it.

Maybe I should explain what I am working on.

I am working on the Playing bots for FIBS.

I'd like to add a command that displays moves in the Plain format
since it is a lot of work to expand the pretty format that is used.

We have also found it hard to weaken the playing strength without
it making some really dumb moves at times.

What I am looking at doing is adding a command like:

HINTBOT 5 0.020

Which will return a random move from the top best 5 with a loss
of equity limit of 0.020

I know I could parse the HINT list and pick one, it is just so
much easier to do in gnubg.

Once I get this working I'd like to commit it to cvs.

Is that ok?

I do have write privs. I can give you a patch file if you want
to review the changes before I commit.

The C compiler isn't very good at consts, the typedef ConstTanBoard should
used if it isn't changed.


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