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I'm trying to implement a MiniMax algorithm with alpha/beta pruning. Totally stuck and can't see where I'm wrong. The class MiniMax contains a State and an Action. The method getAction returns an Action (supposedly the best action to take). The Game object has two methods, isTerminal returns true if the state is an "end state", ie there are no more children to that state. getUtility returns the value associated with an end state. I'm trying to decide wheter it is Max or Min turn by using the counter round. Currently the algorithm doesn't return the correct action, and at this …

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Hello, is it ok if I private message a few of you my website so that I can have some testers? I am a solo website developer, 13 years old and I would love to get feedback from people. Is this against the rules?

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ANybody had a look at the new php.net beta site yet? Whaddya think? The old site was horrible - design-wise. Why do techies leave design as an afterthought? With all the wonderful ideas out there, they stick with that 1980's feel. Anyway, enough of that, how about the new one? Any improvement? I'd like to say 'Yay!!' But check out that ridiculous flickr strip in the footer. Did one of the devs get his 9 year old kid to spruce it up? That aside, things seem to be a lot more organised, with a cleaner layout. Still a bit 80's …

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Greetings fellow, I have a website and I would like to get the first "wave" of users for beta testing. The question is: where can I post an invitations to the site's beta testing? Perhaps there are specialized services or something like that? Thanks in advance!

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Hello guys, I (attempted to) incorporate the alpha-beta pruning functionality with Negamax in C# and was wondering if you could review my included code for any obvious errors? Negamax Function: public int NegaMax(int[,] board, int depth, int alpha, int beta) { Interlocked.Increment(ref _negaMaxCtr); if (depth == 0) { Interlocked.Increment(ref _zeroCtr); return EvaluateBoard(board); } int[,] legalMoves = GetLegalMoves(board); var possMoveList = new List<int[]>(); int bestScore = -Int32.MaxValue; for (int r = 0; r < 8; r++) for (int c = 0; c < 8; c++) if (legalMoves[r, c] == 1) possMoveList.Add(new [] { r, c }); int n = possMoveList.Count; if …

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Hi, in this news you will see how in the past few years there has been some controversy over a bug or more commonly known as a feature which appears it may be removed as of php 5.4.0. According to the features list of php 5.4.0 beta there is the following quote. [QUOTE] - Removed features: . Removed magic_quotes_gpc, magic_quotes_runtime and magic_quotes_sybase ini options. get_magic_quotes_gpc, get_magic_quotes_runtime are kept but always return false, set_magic_quotes_runtime raises an E_CORE_ERROR. (Pierrick, Pierre) [/QUOTE] Now some users will have a good idea what this is but most won’t have a clue as most don’t dig …

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I'm looking for a beta form. what i want it to do is auto redirect user from a main site to the enter beta key form. If they don't have a key , a link to a get beta key signup form that only require a name ane email. This is mostly to limit who i want accessing the site. Thanks.

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Bill Gates today announced at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference ([URL="http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/winhec"]WinHEC[/URL]) 2006 the immediate availability of Beta 2 versions of the three Microsoft flagship products. This is the first time that Microsoft has released such a trio simultaneously. “The release of these three betas is a significant milestone for Microsoft and a major step toward delivering the platforms that will drive the next decade of computing,

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According to hardware.silicon.com, Microsoft revealed Longhorn Server (Windows Server 2007?) to 5000 people this week. Microsoft confirmed the release that these people will receive a beta for the next-generation OS. The Longhorn Server is not available for public download. There is no date schedule for when a beta may or may not be made available to the general public. As a recent certification graduate for Windows Server 2003, I am interested in the release, and would not mind having my hands on it. Windows Server 2003 (W2K3) features many new improvements from Windows 2000 Server, such as improved IIS tools, …

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