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#Actualpatishi

Posted 13 July 2013 - 08:23 PM

By the way,another technical question regarding the history heuristic.    right now i am using a linear array (not multi dimentional) at size 49, which every index represents a move on the board, and than i just increment the specific index when a certain move causes a beta cut-off.   but i don't give attention to the side to move  .  should i??      

   i  can do something like this:  hh [sideToMove] [square].    but i don't know if this is neccesary.    (In the killer moves i also don't give attention to who is to move,but there is a ply parameter to take care of this)


#4patishi

Posted 13 July 2013 - 08:23 PM

By the way,another technical question regarding the history heuristic.    right now i am using a linear array (not multi dimentional) at size 49, which every index represents a move on the board, and than i just increment the specific index when a certain move causes a beta cut-off.   but i don't give attention to the side to move  .  should i??      

   i  can do something like this:  hh [sideToMove] [square].    but i don't know if this is neccesary.    (In the killer moves i also don't give attention to who is to move,but there is a depth parameter to take care of this)


#3patishi

Posted 13 July 2013 - 08:19 PM

By the way,another technical question regarding the history heuristic.    right now i am using a linear array (not multi dimentional) at size 49, which every index represents a move on the board, and than i just increment the specific index when a certain move causes a beta cut-off.   but i don't give attention to the side to move  .  should i??      

   i  can do something like this:  hh [sideToMove] [square].    but i don't know if this is neccesary.    (In the killer moves i also don't give attention to who is to move)


#2patishi

Posted 13 July 2013 - 08:16 PM

By the way,another technical question regarding the history heuristic.    right now i am using a linear array (not multi dimentional) at size 49, which every index represents a move on the board, and than i just increment the specific index when a certain move causes a beta cut-off.   but i don't give attention to the side to move  .  should i??      

   i  can do something like this:  hh [sideToMove] [square].    but i don't know if this is neccesary.    


#1patishi

Posted 13 July 2013 - 08:14 PM

By the way,another technical question regarding the history heuristic.    right now i am using a linear array (not multi dimentional) at size 49, which every index represents a move on the board, but i don't give attention to the side to move.    but should i??       i can do something like this:  hh [sideToMove] [square].    but i don't know if this is neccesary.    


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