So far the program is able to play both independent games and tournament matches, evaluate and roll out positions, tune its own evaluation functions using either TD or supervised training, maintain databases of positions for training and other purposes, and more. The program is driven by a command line interface, and displays an ASCII rendition of a board on text-only terminals, but also allows the user to play games and manipulate positions with a GTK+ board window where available. It is extensible on platforms that support Guile.
DocumentationUser reference available from http://www.gnu.org/manual/gnubg/gnubg.html
released on 9 May 2004
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