Dodging Performance Anomaly?

From RoboWiki
Fragment of a discussion from Talk:Pris
Jump to: navigation, search

Unfortunately, I don't think Darkcanuck comes around here any more. That is interesting though. I wonder if something about the neural net gets corrupted? I remember that TheBrainPi, which saves its neural net to disk between matches, had a bug that was solved by deleting its neural net data file (so it could start fresh, I guess).

It's also worth noting that RoboRumble matches are 35 rounds, so that's what many of us use in most or all of our testing. I bet a lot of top bots have issues in 1000 round battles.

And welcome to the wiki. ;)

Voidious (talk)01:02, 16 November 2013

Unfortunately, I don't think Darkcanuck comes around here any more. That is interesting though. I wonder if something about the neural net gets corrupted? I remember that TheBrainPi, which saves its neural net to disk between matches, had a bug that was solved by deleting its neural net data file (so it could start fresh, I guess).

It's also worth noting that RoboRumble matches are 35 rounds, so that's what many of us use in most or all of our testing. I bet a lot of top bots have issues in 1000 round battles.

And welcome to the wiki. ;)

Straw (talk)01:37, 16 November 2013
Edited by author.
Last edit: 01:02, 16 November 2013

Unfortunately, I don't think Darkcanuck comes around here any more. That is interesting though. I wonder if something about the neural net gets corrupted? I remember that TheBrainPi, which saves its neural net to disk between matches, had a bug that was solved by deleting its neural net data file (so it could start fresh, I guess).

It's also worth noting that RoboRumble matches are 35 rounds, so that's what many of us use in most or all of our testing. I bet a lot of top bots have issues in 1000 round battles.

And welcome to the wiki. ;)

Skilgannon (talk)10:06, 16 November 2013

Unfortunately, I don't think Darkcanuck comes around here any more. That is interesting though. I wonder if something about the neural net gets corrupted? I remember that TheBrainPi, which saves its neural net to disk between matches, had a bug that was solved by deleting its neural net data file (so it could start fresh, I guess).

It's also worth noting that RoboRumble matches are 35 rounds, so that's what many of us use in most or all of our testing. I bet a lot of top bots have issues in 1000 round battles.

And welcome to the wiki. ;)

Straw (talk)21:17, 16 November 2013

Unfortunately, I don't think Darkcanuck comes around here any more. That is interesting though. I wonder if something about the neural net gets corrupted? I remember that TheBrainPi, which saves its neural net to disk between matches, had a bug that was solved by deleting its neural net data file (so it could start fresh, I guess).

It's also worth noting that RoboRumble matches are 35 rounds, so that's what many of us use in most or all of our testing. I bet a lot of top bots have issues in 1000 round battles.

And welcome to the wiki. ;)

Skilgannon (talk)21:27, 16 November 2013

Unfortunately, I don't think Darkcanuck comes around here any more. That is interesting though. I wonder if something about the neural net gets corrupted? I remember that TheBrainPi, which saves its neural net to disk between matches, had a bug that was solved by deleting its neural net data file (so it could start fresh, I guess).

It's also worth noting that RoboRumble matches are 35 rounds, so that's what many of us use in most or all of our testing. I bet a lot of top bots have issues in 1000 round battles.

And welcome to the wiki. ;)

Straw (talk)22:22, 16 November 2013

Unfortunately, I don't think Darkcanuck comes around here any more. That is interesting though. I wonder if something about the neural net gets corrupted? I remember that TheBrainPi, which saves its neural net to disk between matches, had a bug that was solved by deleting its neural net data file (so it could start fresh, I guess).

It's also worth noting that RoboRumble matches are 35 rounds, so that's what many of us use in most or all of our testing. I bet a lot of top bots have issues in 1000 round battles.

And welcome to the wiki. ;)

Voidious (talk)22:56, 16 November 2013

Unfortunately, I don't think Darkcanuck comes around here any more. That is interesting though. I wonder if something about the neural net gets corrupted? I remember that TheBrainPi, which saves its neural net to disk between matches, had a bug that was solved by deleting its neural net data file (so it could start fresh, I guess).

It's also worth noting that RoboRumble matches are 35 rounds, so that's what many of us use in most or all of our testing. I bet a lot of top bots have issues in 1000 round battles.

And welcome to the wiki. ;)

Straw (talk)02:24, 17 November 2013
 
 
 
 
 

Unfortunately, I don't think Darkcanuck comes around here any more. That is interesting though. I wonder if something about the neural net gets corrupted? I remember that TheBrainPi, which saves its neural net to disk between matches, had a bug that was solved by deleting its neural net data file (so it could start fresh, I guess).

It's also worth noting that RoboRumble matches are 35 rounds, so that's what many of us use in most or all of our testing. I bet a lot of top bots have issues in 1000 round battles.

And welcome to the wiki. ;)

Voidious (talk)19:32, 16 November 2013
 

Unfortunately, I don't think Darkcanuck comes around here any more. That is interesting though. I wonder if something about the neural net gets corrupted? I remember that TheBrainPi, which saves its neural net to disk between matches, had a bug that was solved by deleting its neural net data file (so it could start fresh, I guess).

It's also worth noting that RoboRumble matches are 35 rounds, so that's what many of us use in most or all of our testing. I bet a lot of top bots have issues in 1000 round battles.

And welcome to the wiki. ;)

Straw (talk)01:44, 16 November 2013
 
Personal tools