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The History of Computer Games

@inproceedings{Cirasella2006TheHO,
  title={The History of Computer Games},
  author={Jill Cirasella and D. Kopec},
  year={2006}
}
1989: Gerald Tesauro’s neural network-based Neurogammon, which was trained with a database of games played by expert human players, won the backgammon championship at the 1989 International Computer Olympiad. All top backgammon programs since Neurogammon have been based on neural networks. Search-based algorithms are not currently feasible for backgammon because the game has a branching factor of several hundred. 
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