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The Fifteenth Computer Olympiad (JAIST Computer Olympiad) took place from September 24 to October 1, 2010, at Shiinoki Cultural Complex [1], Kanazawa, Japan, in conjunction with the 18th World Computer Chess Championship, the First World Chess Software Championship, and the 7th Computer and Games conference. All events were hosted by Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) and organized by the ICGA [2].
Shiinoki Cultural Complex [3]

Results

Amazons

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Program
CC
Authors
P12
Playoff
Medal
1
Invader
US
Richard J. Lorentz
10
3
Gold
2
8QP
NL
Johan de Koning
10
1
Silver
3
Campya
FR
Julien Kloetzer
4

Bronze
4
Arrow2
CA
Martin Müller, Gabriel van Eyck, Jiaxing Song
Daniel Huntley, Rick Valenzano [6]
0



Chinese Chess

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Program
CC
Authors
P8
Medal
1
Shiga
TW
Ming-Cheng Cheng, Shi-Jim Yen, Tsan-Cheng Su (op.)
8
Gold
2
TMSK
TW
Bing-Jie Shen, Ruei-Ping Li, Tsan-Sheng Hsu
5
Silver
3
Chimo
TW
Wen-Jie Tseng, Wei-Lun Kao, Hung-Hsuan Lin,
Chun-Bin Hsu, I-Chen Wu, Shun-Chin Hsu
4
Bronze
4
HaQiKi D
NL
Harm Geert Muller
3

5
SunRise
CN
Hao Cui, Jiajia Guo, Xiaowei Hu, Zhao Jianbo,
Xiaomeng Yang
0

Kanazawa2010ChineseChess.jpg
Jaap van den Herik congrats Tsan-Cheng Su on behalf of Shiga, Bing-Jie Shen between, and Wen-Jie Tseng [8]

Chinese Dark Chess

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Program
CC
Authors
P8
SoDOS
Medal
1
Modark
TW
Xue-Cheng Lai, Hua-Min Liang, Shi-Jim Yen
5
7
Gold
2
DarkChess Beta
TW
Cheng-Hsiao Hsieh, Shi-Jim Yen
5

Silver
3
Leave-or-Lose
TW
Meng-Tsung Tsai


Bronze
4
Flipper
TW
Bo-Nian Chen, Tsan-Sheng Hsu



5
Dark_chesser
TW
Hung-Jui Chang
2



Connect6

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Program
CC
Authors
P10
Playoff
Medal
1
MoreThenFive
CN
Jiajia Guo, Xiaomeng Yang,
Liang Yunzhao, Jianbo Zhao
10

Gold
2
Kavalon
TW
Jung-Kuei Yang, Shi-Jim Yen, Shun-Chin Hsu
6
3
Silver
3
BITConnect6
CN
Fan Hao, Xiaowei Hu, Haiying Liu
6
2
Bronze
4
Ant
TW
Yu-Chen Lai, Shi-Jim Yen
6
1

5
Crazy6
JP
Tadaki Higushi
2


6
MakeIt6
NL
Jan Krabbenbos
0



Dots and Boxes

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Program
CC
Authors
P6
Medal
1
The Shark
US
William Fraser
6
Gold
2
BITPanda
CN
Xiong Yanchao, Zhang Yuting
0
Silver

Draughts

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Program
CC
Authors
P2x6
Medal
1
TDKing
CH
Ton Tillemans
9
Gold
2
Rocky
NL
Mark Winands
3
Silver

Go

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19x19

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Playoff

#
Program
CC
Authors
Hardware
P7
1
2
Medal
1
Erica
TW
Aja Huang
8 core x86-64
6
1
2
Gold
2
Zen
JP
Yoji Ojima, Hideki Kato
26 cores of 6 x86-64 PCs
6
1
1
Silver
3
Many Faces of Go
US
David Fotland
12 core Xeon x86-64
6
1
0
Bronze
4
MoGo
FR
Sylvain Gelly, Yizao Wang,
Olivier Teytaud, Jean-Baptiste Hoock,
Guillaume Chaslot, Arpad Rimmel
Cluster with 150 cores
4



5
Fuego
CA
Markus Enzenberger, Martin Müller,
Broderick Arneson, Richard Segal,
Gerald Tesauro
Cluster with 56 cores,
112 threads
3



6
Gomorra
DE
Lars Schaefers
Cluster with 64 cores
2



7
Kinoa Igo
JP
Motoki Yamada
1 Thread Core i5 x86-64
1



8
Nomitan
JP
Yuki Doi, Kokolo Ikeda,
Junichi Hashimoto, Tokishi Matsui et al.
Cluster with 100 cores
0



13x13

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Program
CC
Authors
P9
Playoff
Medal
1
Many Faces of Go
US
David Fotland
8
1
Gold
2
Fuego
CA
Markus Enzenberger, Martin Müller,
Broderick Arneson, Richard Segal,
Gerald Tesauro
8
0
Silver
3
MoGo
FR
Sylvain Gelly, Yizao Wang,
Olivier Teytaud, Jean-Baptiste Hoock,
Guillaume Chaslot, Arpad Rimmel
7

Bronze
4
Erica
TW
Aja Huang
6


5
Gomorra
DE
Lars Schaefers
5


6
Nomitan
JP
Yuki Doi, Kokolo Ikeda,
Junichi Hashimoto, Tokishi Matsui et al.
4


7
Coldmilk
TW
Chou Cheng-Wei, Shi-Jim Yen
3


8
Fudo Go
JP
Hideki Kato
2



Kinoa Igo
JP
Motoki Yamada
2


10
Cjugo
TW
Sheng-Kai Chen, Hsin-Hung Chou
0


Kanazawa2010Go13x13.jpg
TD Jaap van den Herik congrats David Fotland, Richard Segal between, and Jean-Baptiste Hoock right [18]

9x9

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Program
CC
Authors
Hardware
P26
Medal
1
MyGoFriend
GB
Frank Karger
Core i7 notebook
23
Gold
2
Fuego
CA
Markus Enzenberger, Martin Müller,
Broderick Arneson, Richard Segal,
Gerald Tesauro
Cluster with 56 cores,
112 threads
21
Silver
3
Erica
TW
Aja Huang
8 cores x86-64
19
Bronze
4
Aya
JP
Hiroshi Yamashita
6 cores x86-64
19

5
Valkyria
SE
Magnus Persson
Core 2 duo x86-64
16


MoGo
FR
Sylvain Gelly, Yizao Wang,
Olivier Teytaud, Jean-Baptiste Hoock,
Guillaume Chaslot, Arpad Rimmel
Cluster with 160 cores
16

7
Gomorra
DE
Lars Schaefers
Cluster with 64 cores
14

8
Amigo
TW
Chun-Yi Chen, Yung-Le Wang,
I-Chen Wu, Ching-Yuan Yang

13

9
Nomitan
JP
Yuki Doi, Kokolo Ikeda,
Junichi Hashimoto, Tokishi Matsui et al.

11

10
Coldmilk
TW
Chou Cheng-Wei, Shi-Jim Yen

9


Many Faces of Go
US
David Fotland
12 core Xeon x86-64
9

12
GNU Go
*
FSF team [20]

6

13
Katsunari
JP
Shinichi Sei

5

14
Cjugo
TW
Sheng-Kai Chen, Hsin-Hung Chou

1

Kanazawa2010Go9x9.jpg
9x9 Go Medalists, Richard Segal (Silver), Michael Babar and Frank Karger (Gold), and Aja Huang (Bronze) [21]

Havannah

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Program
CC
Authors
P16
Medal
1
Castro
CA
Timo Ewalds
15
Gold
2
Wanderer
US
Richard J. Lorentz
12
Silver
3
Lajkonik
PL
Marcin Ciura
7
Bronze
4
Shakti
FR
Olivier Teytaud
5

5
PZN
NL
Johan de Koning
1

Kanazawa2010Havannah.jpg
TD and the Havannah champions: Richard J. Lorentz, Timo Ewalds and Marcin Ciura [24]

Hex

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Program
CC
Authors
P12
Medal
1
MoHex
CA
Philip Henderson, Broderick Arneson, Ryan Hayward
10
Gold
2
Wolve
CA
Broderick Arneson, Ryan Hayward, Philip Henderson
8
Silver
3
MIMHex
PL
Jakub Pawlewicz
5
Bronze
4
Yopt
FR
Abdallah Saffidine, Tristan Cazenave
1


Light Up

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Program
CC
Authors
P2
Medal
1
Cpuzzler
TW
Shi-Yuan Chiu, Shi-Jim Yen
2
Gold
2
Octopus
TW
Hsin-Hung Chou
1
Silver
3
PCCU
TW
Cheng-Wei Chou, Tai-Ning Yang
0
Bronze

Nonogram

#
Program
CC
Authors
P4
Medal
1
Cpuzzler
TW
Shi-Yuan Chiu, Shi-Jim Yen,
Cheng-Wei Chou
4
Gold
2
Enigma
TW
Jr-Chang Chen
2
Silver
3
Octopus
TW
Hsin-Hung Chou
0
Bronze

Nurikabe

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Program
CC
Authors
P6
Medal
1
HappyNuri
TW
Der-Johng Sun, I-Chen Wu
6
Gold
2
Cpuzzler
TW
Shi-Yuan Chiu, Shi-Jim Yen
4
Silver
3
Enigma
TW
Jr-Chang Chen, Cheng-Wei Chou
2
Bronze
4
Octopus
TW
Hsin-Hung Chou
0


Phantom Go

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Program
CC
Authors
P8
Medal
1
Moccos
JP
Takuma Toyoda
5
Gold
2
GoLois
FR
Tristan Cazenave
4
Silver
3
IcySoftwoodWine
JP
Yuji Abe
3
Bronze

Quoridor

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#
Program
CC
Authors
P6
Medal
1
QAI
JP
Haruhiko Akiyama
5
Gold
2
DANA
JP
Takashi Korekawa
3
Silver
3
ARiAdoNE
JP
Yuki Doi

Bronze
4
KY
JP
Ryuji Takase



Shogi

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Shogi

#
Program
CC
Authors
Hardware
P8
Medal
1
Gekisashi
JP
Takashi Maruyama, Takumi Ouchi,
Ryuji Takase, Yoshimasa Tsuruoka,
Daisaku Yokoyama
12 core Xeon X5590 x86-64
8
Gold
2
Shueso
JP
Akira Takeuchi
6 core i7 980X x86-64
7
Silver
3
GPS shogi
JP
Tetsuro Tanaka
Cluster with 72 cores x86-64
6
Bronze
4
Bonanza
JP
Kunihito Hoki
12 core Xeon X5680 x86-64
5

5
Tacos
JP
Tsuyoshi Hashimoto,
Junichi Hashimoto
Quad core i7 720 x86-64
4

6
Shokidoki
NL
Harm Geert Muller
Core 2 Duo E6600 x86-64
(using 1 core)
2


Kinoa syougi
JP
Motoki Yamada
Core 2 Quad Q9650 x86-64
(using 1 core)
2


Yamada Shogi
JP
Taikou Yamada
Core i7 920 x86-64
2

9
STR
JP
Daiki Suehiro
Core 2 Duo E7200 x86-64
0

Shogi 5x5

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#
Program
CC
Authors
P14
Medal
1
[[Clair 1/128]]
JP
Takuya Obata
14
Gold
2
Shokidoki 0.8
NL
Harm Geert Muller
11
Silver
3
55Tacos
JP
Tsuyoshi Hashimoto
9
Bronze
4
SSS
JP
Nobushige Sawa
8

5
RIN5
JP
Seiya Omori
8

6
EVG
TW
Jr-Chang Chen, Shun-Chin Hsu
4

7
SaKaNa
JP
Satoshi Namai
2

7
Knock-knock
JP
Mana Asada
0

Kanazawa2010Shogi5x5.jpg
TD with 5x5 Shogi Winners: Harm Geert Muller, Takuya Obata, and Tsuyoshi Hashimoto [42]

Surakarta

[43]
#
Program
CC
Authors / Operators
P8
Medal
1
SIA
NL
Mark Winands
8
Gold
2
Qiyi
CN
Jiajia Guo, Xiaomeng Yang,
Liang Yunzhao, Jianbo Zhao

Silver
3
BITPanda
CN
Xiong Yanchao, Zhang Yuting
½
Bronze

Tournament Directors


See also


Publications


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External Links


References

  1. ^ Shiinoki Cultural Complex
  2. ^ The JAIST 20th Anniversary Events with the ICGA
  3. ^ Image The venue from Album archive - 15th Computer Olympiad Kanazawa by Hideki Kato
  4. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Amazons - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  5. ^ Johan de Koning (2011). Invader prolongs Amazons Title. ICGA Journal, Vol. 34, No. 2
  6. ^ The Amazons-playing Program Arrow2
  7. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Chinese Chess - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  8. ^ Image clipped from Jaap van den Herik, Aske Plaat, Johanna Hellemons (2011). The JAIST Computer Olympiad (Part 4). ICGA Journal, Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. 93
  9. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Chinese Dark Chess - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  10. ^ Shi-Jim Yen, Shih-Yuan Chiu, I-Chen Wu (2010). Modark wins Chinese Dark Chess Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 33, No. 4
  11. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Connect6 - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  12. ^ Connect6 Results and Crosstables, ICGA page with different authors or operators mentioned
  13. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Dots and Boxes - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  14. ^ Hiroyuki Iida (2011). Dots and Boxes. ICGA Journal, Vol. 34, No. 2
  15. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Draughts - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  16. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Go - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  17. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Go (13x13) - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  18. ^ Image Medalists of 13x13 Go from Album archive - 15th Computer Olympiad Kanazawa by Hideki Kato
  19. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Go (9x9) - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  20. ^ GNU Go - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)
  21. ^ Image clipped from Frank Karger, Michael Babar (2010). MyGoFriend wins Go 9x9 Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 170
  22. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Havannah - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  23. ^ Richard J. Lorentz (2010). Castro wins Havannah Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 33, No. 4
  24. ^ Prize-giving Ceremony from The JAIST 20th Anniversary Events with the ICGA
  25. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Hex - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  26. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Light Up - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  27. ^ Hsin-Hung Chou, Shi-Yuan Chiu, Shi-Jim Yen (2010). Cpuzzler wins Light Up Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 33, No. 4
  28. ^ Light Up (puzzle) from Wikipedia
  29. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Nonograms - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  30. ^ Shi-Jim Yen, Shi-Yuan Chiu, Cheng-Wei Chou, Jr-Chang Chen (2011). Cpuzzler wins Nonogram Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 34, No. 1
  31. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Nurikabe - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  32. ^ I-Chen Wu, Der-Johng Sun, Shi-Jim Yen (2010). HappyNuri wins Nurikabe Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 33, No. 4
  33. ^ Nurikabe (puzzle) from Wikipedia
  34. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Phantom Go - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  35. ^ Abdallah Saffidine (2011). Moccos wins the Panthom-Go Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 34, No. 1
  36. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Quoridor - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  37. ^ Haruhiko Akiyama (2011). QAI wins the Quoridor Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 34, No. 1
  38. ^ Quoridor from Wikipedia
  39. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Shogi - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  40. ^ Yoshimasa Tsuruoka (2010). Gekisashi wins Shogi Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 33, No. 4
  41. ^ 15th Computer Olympiad, Shogi (5x5) - Kanazawa 2010 (ICGA Tournaments)
  42. ^ Image clipped from Takeshi Ito (2011). Clair 1/128 wins 5x5 Shogi Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 41
  43. ^ 13th Computer Olympiad, Surakarta - Beijing 2008 (ICGA Tournaments)
  44. ^ MyGofriend - Gold Medal Winner 15th Computer Olympiad, Go (9x9)

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