Yen-Chi Chen

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Yen-Chi Chen [1]

Yen-Chi Chen,
a Taiwanese computer scientist affiliated with the National Taiwan Normal University. His research interests covers machine learning and computer games, where he is author and co-author of Chinese Dark Chess, Surakarta, Othello and Nonogram playing and solving programs, participating and winning at ICGA and TAAI tournaments.


Along with Shun-Shii Lin and Chih-Hung Chen, Yen-Chi Chen elaborated on an exact-win strategy for overcoming AlphaZero in a Monte-Carlo Tree Search, that makes use of sub-tree's information (WIN, LOSS, DRAW, and UNKNOWN) to prune unneeded moves to increase the opportunities of discovering the critical moves [2].

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