Monthly Archives: April 2012

progress update 2

Yesterday I had my “thesis seminar” presentation. I was a bit frustrating because I had beside the two other lectures of my time slot ONE visitor+Jean Derks. Meet also with Colin and Andreas: ERROR We talked about our error curves … Continue reading

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progress update

MY TODO from 11.04: put my structure of the thesis to your block – (done) implement the update of “nSims” “expectedReward” – (done) implement error – (done) make all savings and outputs depending on one BOOLEAN parameter – (done) test … Continue reading

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Thesis structure

This is the structure so far… this is no fixed and only a rough structure: -The introduction should give an intention what this thesis is about ( problem, background, aim of the thesis, plan ) -The second chapter should explain … Continue reading

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Minutes 11.04.2012

individual meeting 11.04.2012 Questioning: Q:how to implement reusing knowledge? – This is your research topic for the thesis. So come up with an idea next time. Q: Is my idea for adaptive UCT, ok? – K * childrange/totalrange = C … Continue reading

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update part 2

It turns out that I have a problem with adaptive UCT for sixhumpcamelback I guess this is because of the multi-dimensional actionspace. With a constant C the results can look like this: The pictures looks a bit nicer for a … Continue reading

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WOW, never expected to have that many bugs in my software … so I had to fix a lot of code during the weekend. The best way to describe the difference between the old and the new version is to … Continue reading

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Progress on my Pipeline

I changed my output handling from a logging system to a separate output handler. I took the old scripts from Guy and make them generic for my output. My current simulation takes four kind of simulation into account: implemented: evaluate … Continue reading

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