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Therese Horey,
an American computer scientist and Presidential Scholar at California State University, Northridge [1]. Supported by Richard J. Lorentz, she researched on Monte-Carlo Tree Search applied to the abstract strategy board game Breakthrough [2]. The search algorithm is an hybrid MCTS approach - playouts are not complete games but fragments where a reliable evaluation function can be used at the stopping points [3].
Therese Horey [4]

Selected Publications

External Links


  1. ^ Presidential Scholars at Cal State Northridge
  2. ^ Richard J. Lorentz, Therese Horey (2013). Programming Breakthrough. CG 2013
  3. ^ Ingo Althöfer (2013). The wild Years are gone: Monte Carlo in Smoother Waters. Conference Report CG 2013, ICGA Journal, Vol. 36, No. 3
  4. ^ Constructing an Earthquake Seismometer - Team B
  5. ^ Seismometer from Wikipedia

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