What's New! old news
18/12/18 Natsukaze's selfplay games added 9x9 460,000 games
18/07/13 A sample to connect CGOS.
18/02/09 Aya's selfplay games added 9x9 and 13x13
17/04/05 Aya's selfplay games for training value network
15/11/12 19x19 and 9x9 CGOS is running on my server
15/08/18 samples for UEC Computer Go workshop. go11.c is RAVE sample.
15/03/15 pure MC, UCT search sample. simple Monte-Carlo Go program source code. other sample
12/01/14 YSS bench. Entrance for YSS benchmark.
08/01/13 Aya 6.34. Handicap bug fix.
07/12/05 UEC Cup Photos.
07/09/19 CgfGoBan 1.03 MoGo is available.
06/10/04 Gifu Challenge 2006 Photos.
06/10/04 11th Computer Olympiad Photos.
Computer Shogi BBS Machine translation. There will be many strange sentences... Please don't complain ^^;).
I have Shogi and Go Programs.
Shogi program name is YSS(Yamashita Shogi System). YSS was world champion at 7th CSA Championship in 1997.
In 2003-05-05 13th CSA Championship, YSS was 2nd. IS Shogi won.
Go program name is Aya. Aya was placed 7th in 19x19 in Computer Olympiad 2003 in Graz, Austria, and 1st in 9x9!
YSS is a commercial program now. It is sold as "AI-Shogi2004" from i4 in Japan.
And I also made a full-with-search shogi program "Zenpukun". It is a experimental program and free-soft.
YSS 7.0 technical explanation translated up to section 5.1 (1-8).
I think searching is more important than evaluation in Go. My making power is to prove it.
But now, my program strength depends on its evaluation...
Aya is free software.
Let's try Aya!
Aya has GTP(Go Text Protocol). Aya works on Gogui and SmartGo.
and you can play via RS232C with SGMP(Standard Go Modem Protocol).
I think Aya's strength is Japanese 7 kyu. Aya runs on KGS. AyaBot is 8k.
Do you know Amazons? This board game was made in Argentina.
Amazons is similar to Chess and Go. And very difficult! and interesting?
I made an Amazons program. I can't beat my program :-).
And my program won 2nd Computer Amazon Championship! (in Shizuoka Univ. Japan 1999/12/13-14)
But in Amazons Dream match, I lost Buro's "amsbot".
|Let's search ET :-)|