Computer Go Research
- Our Go program and framework
First computer program to win a 9x9 game on even against a top-ranked human player.
Winner of the 9x9 Go competition at the Computer Olympiad 2009
in Pamplona, Spain.
Second place in 19x19 behind Zen.
Research related to Computer Go
Some general publications on Go. For publications on
specialized topics, please follow the links
Go-related research at the University of Alberta.
In T. Ito and T. Nakamura, editors, The 9th Game Programming
Workshop in Japan 2004, pages 22-23, Japan, 2004. IPSJ SIG-GI (Special
Interest Group on Game Informatics).
Artificial Intelligence, 134(1-2):145-179, 2002.
Review: Computer Go 1984 - 2000.
In T. Marsland and I. Frank, editors, Computers and Games 2000,
number 2063 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 426-435. Springer
Computer Go: A research agenda.
ICCA Journal, 22(2):104-112, 1999.
A version of the 1998 Computers and Games paper adapted for readers with background in
games other than Go.
- Aug 13, 2007 - Here are the slides and game records
for my talk held at the 2007
European Go Congress in Villach, Austria.
- Online companion to my survey on computer Go
for AI Journal.
Computer Go Test Collection,
- My old Go program Explorer,
executable available in a freeware Mac OS 9 version
- For Mac OS 9 users, the original Smart Game Board
- I put the proceedings
of the 1998 Complex Games Lab Workshop online,
since they seem to have disappeared from the web. The papers relevant to Computer Go are
by Yoshii, Sei and Kawashima, and Nagai.
of computer Go tournaments and game records up to 1997
Computer Go Links
Created: Jan 20, 1998 Last modified: Jun 25, 2012