A Comparative Study of Game Tree Searching Methods

Ahmed A. Elnaggar, Mostafa Abdel Aziem, Mahmoud Gadallah, Hesham El-Deeb
Computer Science Department, Modern Academy in Maadi, Cairo, Egypt
International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications (IJACSA), Vol. 5, No. 5, 2014

   title={A Comparative Study of Game Tree Searching Methods},

   author={Elnaggar, Ahmed A. and Aziem, Mostafa Abdel and Gadallah, Mahmoud and El-Deeb, Hesham},



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In this paper, a comprehensive survey on gaming tree searching methods that can use to find the best move in two players zero-sum computer games was introduced. The purpose of this paper is to discuss, compares and analyzes various sequential and parallel algorithms of gaming tree, including some enhancement for them. Furthermore, a number of open research areas and suggestions of future work in this field are mentioned.
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