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Reference fallible endgame play

By Guy McCrossan Haworth

Abstract

A reference model of fallible endgame play is defined in terms of a spectrum of endgame players whose play ranges in competence from the optimal to the anti-optimal choice of move. They may be used as suitably skilled practice partners, to assess a player, to differentiate between otherwise equi-optimal moves, to promote or expedite a game result, to run Monte-Carlo simulations, and to identify the difficulty of a position or a whole endgame

Publisher: The International Computer Games Association
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:centaur.reading.ac.uk:4550

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