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Tobias Graf,
a German computer scientist affiliated with the University of Paderborn. He holds a B.Sc. degree in 2010 on the topic of parallel UCT with high-performance computing [1], and a M.Sc. in 2012, elaborating on adaptiv playouts in Monte-Carlo Tree Search applied to Computer Go [2].

He is auhor of the Go playing program Abakus, winning 9x9 and 13x13, and runner-up in 9x19 at the 19th Computer Olympiad, and silver and bronze at the 18th Computer Olympiad, and before collaborated with Lars Schaefers on the Go playing program Gomorra. During the Computer and Games conference, 2013 in Yokohama, he lectured on detection of capturing races (Semeai) in Go, co-authored by Lars Schaefers and Marco Platzner [3].
Tobias Graf [4]

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Tobias Graf (2010). Parallelization of the UCT Algorithm on HPC-Clusters. Bachelor's Thesis, University of Paderborn
  2. ^ Tobias Graf (2012). Adaptive Playouts in der Monte-Carlo Spielbaumsuche am Anwendungsfall Go. Master's Thesis, University of Paderborn (German)
  3. ^ Tobias Graf, Lars Schaefers, Marco Platzner (2013). On Semeai Detection in Monte-Carlo Go. CG 2013, pdf
  4. ^ Photo from Universität Paderborn: Silbermedaille und „Best Paper Award“ bei Computer-Olympiade in Yokohama, October 24, 2013, Lars Schaefers and Tobias Graf by Nadija Pejic (University of Paderborn)
  5. ^ Universität Paderborn | Student Projects

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