The FIBS Bots Page

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View the bots sorted: By name | By rating | By status on FIBS

About This Page

Here's an overview of what this page is about.

About the Bots

FIBS-Based Backgammon Bots

Known Bots

All of these except motif and EXBGthree are, or were, neural nets. If you have any information you think would go well here, please mail me. For fun (in a sense), here's an incomplete family tree of the neural nets. Note: some bots have left FIBS, and their names have been registered by human players.

Abbott
bg_player
complex
Chip_Slinger
Costello
EXBGthree
fatboy
gnu
harmony
idiot
jellyfish
jf_level_five
lgammon
loner
maestro
mgnutest
mloner
MonteCarlo
motif
mpgnu
pubeval
robot
Sharkie
Snowie
SnowWhite
sykander
TD_one
tesauro
yabe
yabot
yabs

Suspected Bots

BGinGA (not on FIBS anymore, wasn't a bot anyway)
neuronal (not on FIBS anymore)

Standalone Computer Programs

GNU Backgammon
Jellyfish
Snowie
TD-Gammon
The others

Human-Operated FIBS Bots

DatJellyFish

Miscellaneous Bots

Big_Brother
egon_beermat
Little Sister
rat
RepBot

For Programmers

I can't give a huge amount of information here at the moment, but some links of interest might be:

Pics

Eh? Pictures? Yes, and why not. There's the aforementioned neural net family tree, but you may be more interested to see what a backgammon bot programmer looks like. What sort of depraved luncatic is driven to write a bot? Find out here. Alternatively, you can see what my bot actually looks like.

And Finally...

If you have trouble viewing tables, you can see the bots page in its original form. I won't update that page beyond 6th January, 1998, however.

If you have any information that would fit well on this site, or if I've got anything wrong, please mail me.


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