Poster or Presentation Title

Providing the World with a Complete Solution to the 4x4 Dots and Boxes - Browsing through a Terabyte of Data

Presenter Information

cody wareFollow

Location

Hall Memorial Ballroom

Access Type

Campus Access Only

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Start Date

4-4-2018 12:00 PM

Department

Computer Science

Abstract

We have developed a web-based interface to both play a flawless game of dots and boxes and to provide information about the best moves in all of 1.1 trillion possible game positions. The software that provides this interface is written to be flexible enough to easily accommodate other puzzle geometries. This flexibility allows us to provide interfaces for both the Icelandic and Swedish versions of the puzzle.

Faculty Mentor

Randy Ribler

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Apr 4th, 12:00 PM

Providing the World with a Complete Solution to the 4x4 Dots and Boxes - Browsing through a Terabyte of Data

Hall Memorial Ballroom

We have developed a web-based interface to both play a flawless game of dots and boxes and to provide information about the best moves in all of 1.1 trillion possible game positions. The software that provides this interface is written to be flexible enough to easily accommodate other puzzle geometries. This flexibility allows us to provide interfaces for both the Icelandic and Swedish versions of the puzzle.