Phil 6.10.20

Finish ACSOS review

GPT-2 Agents

  • Generate embeddings
    • Trying running much longer sequences (max_length = 1000). The lets games run long enough  that they often conclude (the term “resigns”, “wins”, or “draw occurs in the text)
    • Put together a simple regex ‘[a-h][1-8]’ that pulls out all the squares in sequence from a game
    • Extracting game square sequences to create files that will feed into Word2Vec. The class is started and most of the issues are worked out. I added a check for game endings so beginning and endings are not place together oddly.
    • Here’s the trimmed input text
      The game begins as white uses the Sicilian opening. and black countering with Najdorf, Adams attack. Loek Van Wely moves white pawn from e2 to e4. Black moves pawn from c7 to c5. In move 2, White moves knight from g1 to f3. Black moves pawn from d7 to d6. White moves pawn from d2 to d4. Black moves pawn from c5 to d4. Black takes white pawn. White moves knight from f3 to d4. White takes black pawn. Black moves knight from g8 to f6. In move 5, White moves knight from b1 to c3. Arseniy Nesterov moves black pawn from a7 to a6. Loek Van Wely moves white bishop from c1 to e3. Black moves pawn from e7 to e6. In move 7, White moves pawn from f2 to f4. Black moves knight from b8 to d7. White moves queen from d1 to d2. Black moves pawn from b7 to b5. Loek Van Wely queenside castles. Black moves bishop from f8 to e7. White moves bishop from f1 to d3. Arseniy Nesterov kingside castles. White moves king from c1 to b1. Black moves rook from a8 to b8. White moves pawn from g2 to g3. Black moves queen from d8 to a5. Loek Van Wely moves white king from b1 to a1. Black moves bishop from e7 to d6. Black takes white knight. Loek Van Wely moves white bishop from d3 to e4. White takes black pawn. Black moves rook from b8 to b2. Black takes white pawn. In move 17, White moves bishop from e4 to h7. White takes black pawn. Check. Arseniy Nesterov moves black king from g8 to h8. White moves bishop from h7 to d3. Black moves bishop from d6 to f4. Black takes white pawn. Check. In move 19, White moves bishop from e3 to f4. White takes black bishop. Black moves rook from b2 to f2. White moves rook from h1 to f1. Black moves knight from d7 to e5. White moves queen from d2 to e2. Black moves queen from a5 to d2. In move 22, White moves knight from c3 to e2. White takes black queen. Black moves rook from f2 to e2. Black takes white knight. Loek Van Wely moves white bishop from f4 to e3. Black moves rook from e2 to e3. Black takes white bishop. White moves pawn from f4 to f5. Black moves rook from f8 to d8. White moves pawn from a2 to a4. Arseniy Nesterov moves black bishop from c8 to b7. White moves pawn from a4 to a5. Arseniy Nesterov moves black bishop from b7 to c8. White moves pawn from a5 to b6. White takes. Arseniy Nesterov moves black pawn from a6 to b5. Black takes white pawn. White moves queen from e2 to b5. White takes black pawn. Black moves knight from e5 to c4. White moves pawn from h2 to h3. Black moves knight from c4 to a5. In move 30, Loek Van Wely moves white queen from b5 to a4. Arseniy Nesterov moves black pawn from h7 to h6. White moves bishop from d3 to b1. Black moves rook from d8 to d1. Check. Loek Van Wely
    • And here’s the sequence
      e2 e4 c7 c5 g1 f3 d7 d6 d2 d4 c5 d4 f3 d4 g8 f6 b1 c3 a7 a6 c1 e3 e7 e6 f2 f4 b8 d7 d1 d2 b7 b5 f8 e7 f1 d3 c1 b1 a8 b8 g2 g3 d8 a5 b1 a1 e7 d6 d3 e4 b8 b2 e4 h7 g8 h8 h7 d3 d6 f4 e3 f4 b2 f2 h1 f1 d7 e5 d2 e2 a5 d2 c3 e2 f2 e2 f4 e3 e2 e3 f4 f5 f8 d8 a2 a4 c8 b7 a4 a5 b7 c8 a5 b6 a6 b5 e2 b5 e5 c4 h2 h3 c4 a5 b5 a4 h7 h6 d3 b1 d8 d1

       

    • I can do other things like split into white and black, but that’s pretty tricky and I don’t think it’s worth it
  • Start building networks. Here are some api possibilities

GOES

  • If the devlab is still up, work on pulling down data. Nope, the VPN is working so badly today that I can’t even load my webmail
  • Going to work on the download and transfer using my local Influx – done!

influx_copy

Complete copy of remote data on local server

  • 2:00 Meeting

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