> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brute-force_search explains it as 
> "systematically enumerating all possible candidates for the
> solution".
> There is nothing systematic about the pseudo random variation 
> selection in MCTS;

More semantics, but as it is pseudo-random, isn't that systematic? It
only looks like it is jumping around because we are looking at it from
the wrong angle.

(Systematic pseudo-random generation gets very hard over a cluster, of

> it may not even have sufficient entropy to guarantee full
> enumeration...

That is the most interesting idea in this thread. Is there any way to
prove it one way or the other? I'm looking at you here, John - sounds
right up your street :-)

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