Don Dailey wrote: > I think a better way to do this is to self-play a few hundred games with > various komi values.
Do you mean HUMAN self-play or COMPUTER self-/auto-play? When you mean human self-play, I am not sure that this is a safer way for such small boards. > The correct komi will be clear from those games. > This worked on 7x7 Are such 7x7-games documented somewhere, for instance in the internet? > so I assume it would work on 6x6. Of course this > cannot be considered a "proof." Right. What I did is a computer-aided (incomplete) analysis: running repeated Monte-Carlo searches where the komis for both sides differ by 1. Ingo. -- GMX Kostenlose Spiele: Einfach online spielen und Spaß haben mit Pastry Passion! http://games.entertainment.gmx.net/de/entertainment/games/free/puzzle/6169196 _______________________________________________ computer-go mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.computer-go.org/mailman/listinfo/computer-go/