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Markus Enzenberger,
a German computer scientist, researcher until 2009 at the University of Alberta, and Computer Go programmer. He is author of NeuroGo [1], along with Martin Müller, Broderick Arneson, Richard Segal, Gerald Tesauro and Arpad Rimmel (since 2010), co-author of Fuego [2], which won the Gold medal at the 14th Computer Olympiad in 9x9 Go, as well the Silver medal in 19x19 Go [3][4], and GoGui, a graphical interface to Go programs [5] using GTP, the Go Text Protocol [6].
Markus Enzenberger [7]

Selected Publications

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External Links


  1. ^ NeuroGo
  2. ^ Fuego from sourceforge
  3. ^ Markus Enzenberger, Martin Müller (2009). Fuego - An Open-source Framework for Board Games and Go Engine Based on Monte-Carlo Tree Search, pdf
  4. ^ Martin Müller (2009). Fuego at the Computer Olympiad in Pamplona 2009: A Tournament Report. pdf
  5. ^ GoGui Documentation
  6. ^ GTP - Go Text Protocol
  7. ^ Enzenberger, Markus from computer-go.info
  8. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)
  9. ^ Index of /~emarkus/publications
  10. ^ Markus Enzenberger from Microsoft Academic Search

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