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Ferdy wrote: ↑
Thu Aug 23, 2018 5:34 am
Could you specify which positions are these?
I'm afraid i cannot do it since i don't remember now but perhaps by comparison you can do it. These are my 400 position that differ only slightly from yours:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HXdKeb ... 0Fkob/view
So it needs more nodes to find more best moves. In your egt test of 350/400, 50 were still missed, so perhaps there is still something to be improved in this area.
Well Leela lacks DTZ implementation so maybe with this it will improve even more.
Is this Lc0 v0.17.0 rc1 or rc2?
I have run it with V17 rc1.
I run another test with that new test file, thread is 1 and Lc0 on rc2 and new net id.
It did better with rc2 and now there is an implementation that uses DTZ i think. Not yet released officially.
How do you do your EPD tests? Arena or cutechess?
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- Full name: Dietrich Kappe
Thought I'd add two data points:
on a GTX 1070, we have the following performance, without TB:
Ender 6, Sergei.S.Markoff:Tablebase.Test - 5 sec, 2 threads
Success rate: 85.53% (337/394)
T947, Sergei.S.Markoff:Tablebase.Test - 5 sec, 2 threads
Success rate: 75.38% (297/394)
Note that the Leela nets do poorly on epd's as they have no history.
Ender is a 64x6 net trained on adversarial play with sf9tb. (https://github.com/dkappe/leela-chess-w ... ndgame-Net