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#ActualÁlvaro

Posted 03 July 2013 - 03:46 PM

If your search is fast at all, you won't be able to keep all the results in memory. The way a transposition table typically works, it has a fixed size and at some point you'll have to overwrite entries and forget things. There are several replacement schemes you can use to decide what to throw out. I have always had good results with size-4 buckets. See this page for more info.

The size of the transposition table should be determined by the available RAM in your computer. Make them as big as you can without forcing the OS to swap memory pages. If you have 4 GB of memory, you should be able to use 2GB for the transposition table without any trouble.

#1Álvaro

Posted 03 July 2013 - 03:46 PM

If your search is fast at all, you won't be able to keep all the results in memory. The way a transposition table typically works, it has a fixed size and at some point you'll have to overwrite entries and forget things. There are several replacement schemes you can use to decide what to throw out. I have always had good results with a size-4 buckets. See this page for more info.

The size of the transposition table should be determined by the available RAM in your computer. Make them as big as you can without forcing the OS to swap memory pages. If you have 4 GB of memory, you should be able to use 2GB for the transposition table without any trouble.

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