Challenges and Progress on Using Large Lossy Endgame Databases in Chinese Checkers

CGW/GIGA@IJCAI, pp. 3-15, 2015.

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A common evaluation function for playing Chinese Checkers with two or more players has been the single-agent distance across the board. This is an abstraction of a perfect heuristic, because it ignores the interactions between the players in the game. Previous work has studied these heuristics for smaller versions of the game, including 6...More

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