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by Madeleine Birchfield
Tue Sep 01, 2020 16:50
Forum: Draughts, Computer, Internet
Topic: Open source draughts engines
Replies: 3
Views: 490

Re: Open source draughts engines

The major draughts engines, such as Scan, Kingsrow, Damage, Dragon, et cetera, all seem to be closed source. Are there any open source draughts engines out there? Scan and Moby Dam are open source: https://hjetten.home.xs4all.nl/ Thanks, I found the source code for the engines in Rein Halbersma's g...
by Madeleine Birchfield
Thu Aug 27, 2020 19:04
Forum: Draughts, Computer, Internet
Topic: Open source draughts engines
Replies: 3
Views: 490

Open source draughts engines

The major draughts engines, such as Scan, Kingsrow, Damage, Dragon, et cetera, all seem to be closed source. Are there any open source draughts engines out there?
by Madeleine Birchfield
Mon Aug 24, 2020 12:19
Forum: Draughts, Computer, Internet
Topic: NNUE
Replies: 2
Views: 412

Re: NNUE

A comment on the NNUE archirecture; chess and shogi engine devs usually use the halfkp architecture, which encodes on the first layer the relation between the player's own king and each piece on the board. However draughts doesn't have an equivalent of the 'king' piece in chess and shogi (draughts k...