http://www.cs.ucla.edu/~rosen/161/notes/alphabeta.html

Takes you step by step through an example. I feel a lot more confident about the homework question now I've read this - hopefully it will help a few others too.

There's no chance nodes, but I think it answers some of the questions people have had about the homework

If anyone thinks this is a different procedure to the one we've been taught, then erm...shout, loudly.

asked 01 Dec '11, 08:43

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edited 01 Dec '11, 08:50


Nice resource, a little verbose, but nice. Thank's for posting it, I think it will help quite some students out there who never encountered the minimax algorithm before this course.

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answered 17 Dec '11, 13:05

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Thanks for posting..really helped me to understand pruning better...:-)

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