Constraint-Based Generalization: Learning Game-Playing Plans From Single Examples

Steven Minton

Constraint-based Generalization is a technique for deducing generalizations from a single example. We show how this technique can be used for learning tactical combinations in games and discuss an implementation which learns forced wins in tic-tat-toe, go-moku, and chess.


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