Sheng-Hao Chiang

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Wu and Huang [9] presented a generalized family of k-in-a-row games. This paper simplifies the family to Connect(k, p). Two players alternately place p stones on empty squares of an infinite board in each turn. The player who first gets k consecutive stones of his own horizontally, vertically, diagonally wins. A Connect(k, p) game is drawn if both have no(More)
Inspired by the coming of data-driven innovation and economy, an increasing number of companies over the world are eager to analyze their data for creating useful knowledge, while graph data have become more and more crucial in many areas, such as social networks and medical/chemical applications. Different from conventional transaction data, finding the(More)
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