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Enzenberger, Markus
Mueller, Martin
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Computer Go
Fuego
Computer Games
Monte-Carlo tree search
Artificial Intelligence
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Computing Science Technical Report
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TR09-08
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English
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Technical report TR09-08. Fuego is an open-source software framework for developing game engines for full-information two-player board games, with a focus on the game of Go. It was mainly developed by the Computer Go group of the University of Alberta. Fuego includes a Go engine with a playing strength that is competitive with the top programs in 9 x 9 Go, and respectable in 19 x 19 Go. This report describes the reusable components of the software framework and specific algorithms used in the Go engine. The description includes a new enhancement for Monte-Carlo tree search: a lock-free multithreaded mode.
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2009
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doi:10.7939/R3VX0629N
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