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Post #261 Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 12:36 pm 
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q30 wrote:
I had not posted any link to any game results between Phoenix v.14 and v.15, except mine.

This is becoming really ridiculous... You post something, I answer, you say, you didn't post it.

I promise this is my last post in this thread...

You posted this:
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In these results 0.14 wins 0.15 by black and by white.

Here:
forum/viewtopic.php?p=235944#p235944

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Post #262 Posted: Sat Nov 10, 2018 7:06 am 
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dfan wrote:
If A and B are equally strong, A will beat B 4-0 with probability 1/16. This doesn't mean that if A beats B 4-0, the probability they are equally strong is 1/16.

OK. And what the probability they are equally strong is in this case?

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Post #263 Posted: Sat Nov 10, 2018 7:14 am 
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as0770 wrote:
q30 wrote:
I had not posted any link to any game results between Phoenix v.14 and v.15, except mine.

This is becoming really ridiculous... You post something, I answer, you say, you didn't post it.

I promise this is my last post in this thread...

You posted this:
q30 wrote:
In these results 0.14 wins 0.15 by black and by white.

Here:
https://www.lifein19x19.com/forum/viewt ... 44#p235944

Welcome on my blacklist.

This is really ridiculous, how You read posts...
Where You had found in the post by this link word "Phoenix" (or "Феникс")?!

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Post #264 Posted: Sat Nov 10, 2018 11:29 am 
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q30 wrote:
dfan wrote:
If A and B are equally strong, A will beat B 4-0 with probability 1/16. This doesn't mean that if A beats B 4-0, the probability they are equally strong is 1/16.

OK. And what the probability they are equally strong is in this case?

We don't have enough information to say; it depends on our prior guess of how likely various strength differences are.

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Post #265 Posted: Sat Jan 19, 2019 1:54 am 
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I had determined the 2018 year winners of different sizes LeelaZero weights (details):
"bantamweight" <|= 2 ^ 23 B (< 12 MiB) - best_5b.txt;
"featherweight" 2 ^ 24 B (12 - 24 MiB) - I haven't;
"lightweight" 2 ^ 25 B (24 - 48 MiB) - LeelaMaster_E08.txt;
"welterweight" 2 ^ 26 B (48 - 96 MiB) - LeelaMaster_W11.txt;
"middleweight" 2 ^ 27 B (96 - 192 MiB) - LeelaMaster_GX35.txt;
"light heavyweight" 2 ^ 28 B (192 - 384 MiB) - elf_converted_weights.txt;
"heavyweight" 2 ^ 29 B (384 - 768 MiB) - leelaz-model-swa-9-72000.txt;
"super heavyweight" >|= 2 ^ 30 B (> 768 MiB) - I haven't.

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Post #266 Posted: Sat Mar 02, 2019 1:42 am 
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The best of the 2018 year LeelaZero weights are next (details):
1) "light heavyweight" 2 ^ 28 B (192 - 384 MiB) - elf_converted_weights.txt;
2) "heavyweight" 2 ^ 29 B (384 - 768 MiB) - leelaz-model-swa-9-72000.txt;
3) "middleweight" 2 ^ 27 B (96 - 192 MiB) - LeelaMaster_GX35.txt | leelaz-model-swa-8-64000_quantized.txt

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