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Jean-Baptiste Hoock,
a French computer scientist and engineer. He received his MSc. in computer science and image processing from Caen University and engineering diploma from the ENSICAEN Engineer School, Caen, France. He is currently working as engineer at Paris-Sud University.

Since 2008 Jean-Baptiste Hoock is co-author of the top level Go playing program Mogo, using Monte-Carlo Tree Search which uses patterns in the simulations and improvements in UCT [1][2] .
Jean-Baptiste Hoock [3]

Selected Publications

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2008

2009

2010


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References

  1. ^ Sylvain Gelly's home page - MoGo
  2. ^ MoGo: a software for the Game of Go
  3. ^ Chang-Shing Lee, Mei-Hui Wang, Guillaume Chaslot, Jean-Baptiste Hoock, Arpad Rimmel, Olivier Teytaud, Shang-Rong Tsai, Shun-Chin Hsu, Tzung-Pei Hong (2009). The Computational Intelligence of MoGo Revealed in Taiwan's Computer Go Tournaments. pdf
  4. ^ DBLP: Jean-Baptiste Hoock
  5. ^ Jean-baptiste Hoock from Microsoft Academic Search

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