Build a MiniChess player with memory

CS 442/542 Homework 4
Due Wednesday 8 May 2013

Follow the instructions from the MiniChess tutorial to add a transposition table to your MiniChess player.

To evaluate the results of this work, compare the win rate of your t-table evaluator to that of the evaluator without the t-table.


Homework should be committed to your redmine repo on projects.cecs.pdx.edu (make sure to commit with a user name that is traceable to you so I can give the grade to the right person).

Your repository should contain a file called README-HW4.txt or README-HW4.pdf containing a brief writeup in ASCII text or PDF (i.e. no Word docs or other magic formats) describing the work done and the results. Try to present the sort of exposition that lets me understand your solution, and the scientific ideas and engineering compromises behind it. Remember, if I can't understand your submission, I can't give you credit for it.