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Centurio, a General Game Player: Parallel, Java- and ASP-based

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Centurio, a General Game Player: Parallel, Java- and ASP-based
Abstract We present the General Game Playing system Centurio. Centurio is a Java-based player featuring different strategies based on Monte Carlo Tree Search extended by techniques borrowed from Upper Confidence bounds applied to Trees as well as Answer Set Programming (for single-player games). Centurio’s Monte Carlo Tree Search is accomplished in a massively parallel way by means of multi-threading as well as clustercomputing. Another major feature of Centurio is its compilation of game descriptions, states, and state manipulations into Java, yielding an edge over existing Prolog-based approaches. Centurio is open source software freely available via the web. Keywords Answer set programming · General game playing · Monte Carlo tree search · Parallelization
Maximilian Möller, Marius Thomas Schneider, M
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Type Journal
Year 2011
Where KI
Authors Maximilian Möller, Marius Thomas Schneider, Martin Wegner, Torsten Schaub
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