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A New Challenge: Approaching Tetris Link with AI

@article{MllerBrockhausen2020ANC,
  title={A New Challenge: Approaching Tetris Link with AI},
  author={Matthias M{\"u}ller-Brockhausen and M. Preuss and A. Plaat},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2004.00377}
}
Decades of research have been invested in making computer programs for playing games such as Chess and Go. This paper focuses on a new game, Tetris Link, a board game that is still lacking any scientific analysis. Tetris Link has a large branching factor, hampering a traditional heuristic planning approach. We explore heuristic planning and two other approaches: Reinforcement Learning, Monte Carlo tree search. We document our approach and report on their relative performance in a tournament… Expand

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