command line engine match?

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zenpawn
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Re: command line engine match?

Post by zenpawn » Sun Nov 06, 2016 4:40 pm

Guenther wrote: I did not see the clop part because I answered to something later in this thread about WB, but for clop it seems there are already scripts and those all assume cutechess-cli.
Perhaps the Windows version does not make such an assumption, as I did a grep and failed to find any such references.

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Re: command line engine match?

Post by jdart » Sun Nov 06, 2016 5:43 pm

Actually the script that uses cutechess-cli for CLOP is in the cutechess distribution. See: https://github.com/cutechess/cutechess/ ... ess-cli.py

But I think the Texel method is better founded.

For things not tunable by that method I have sometimes used an algorithm called Stochastic RBF.

--Jon

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