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Leandro Soriano Marcolino Advisor : Hitoshi Matsubara Multi-Agent Monte Carlo Go

  title={Leandro Soriano Marcolino Advisor : Hitoshi Matsubara Multi-Agent Monte Carlo Go},
  author={Leandro Soriano Marcolino and Hitoshi Matsubara and Carlo Go},
Go is a strategic board game that is considered one of the greatest challenges for Arti cial Intelligence. Many algorithms have been proposed, trying to tackle this problem, but generally all of them generated players that could be easily defeated by a strong human opponent. UCT Monte Carlo Go is one of the most successful algorithms. The basic idea is to associate a tree search with pseudo-random simulations, used to evaluate the leaves. Nowadays, the literature is more focused on how to… 


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