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2009
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Monte-Carlo Kakuro

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Monte-Carlo Kakuro
Abstract. Kakuro consists in filling a grid with integers that sum up to predefined values. Sums are predefined for each row and column and all integers have to be different in the same row or column. Kakuro can be modeled as a constraint satisfaction problem. Monte-Carlo methods can improve on traditional search methods for Kakuro. We show that a Nested Monte-Carlo Search at level 2 gives good results. This is the first time a nested search of level 2 gives good results for a Constraint Satisfaction problem.
Tristan Cazenave
Added 25 May 2010
Updated 25 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ACG
Authors Tristan Cazenave
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