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Chih-Hung Chen,
a Taiwanese computer scientist affiliated with the Graduate Institute of Computer Science and Information Engineering of the National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei. He is author of the Outer-Open Gomoku program OOGiveMeFive, which was shared winner of the first OOGomoku tournament at TCGA 2014. Outer-Open Gomoku, invented by Shun-Shii Lin in 2012, has the same rules as free-style Gomoku [1], but restricts Black to play at the two outer rows or columns of the board for the first move [2] .

CGDG

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Chih-Hung Chen is involved in the development of the Computer Game Desktop Grid (CGDG), a volunteer computing system, which not only allows parallelization of game algorithms, but further allows to automaticly run tournaments for various games. CGDG uses a protocol of 17 operations to communicate via network sockets among the user interface and the instances of the game playing programs, the volunteers. A so called broker is a bridge between these two parts, and dispatches jobs from the user Interface to idle volunteers [3] .
Protocol of the CGDG system [4]


Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Gomoku from Wikipedia
  2. ^ Shun-Shii Lin, Chih-Hung Chen, Shun-Chin Hsu, I-Chen Wu, Shi-Jim Yen, Jr-Chang Chen (2014). TCGA 2014 Computer Game Tournament. ICGA Journal, Vol. 37, No. 4
  3. ^ Chih-Hung Chen, Shun-Shii Lin, Min-Huei Huang (2012). Volunteer Computing System Applied to Computer Games. TCGA 2012 Workshop, pdf
  4. ^ Figure 3 Protocol of the CGDG system, from Chih-Hung Chen, Shun-Shii Lin, Min-Huei Huang (2012). Volunteer Computing System Applied to Computer Games. TCGA 2012 Workshop, pdf
  5. ^ csie.ntnu - publications 林順喜 學術論著

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