mail:

olivier dot teytaud

at inria dot fr

- Free codes for power systems, a few things, in progress :-)
- Games:
- A MCTS Minesweeper code: open it, edit Minesweeper.java; then choose the number of rows and the number of cols; choose the numbers of runs you want (the loop in n); choose the number of simulations in UCT (computationalEffortPerMove=...) and run. Should outperform, in terms of winning rate, many implementations when the computational effort is large; but it is really slow on big boards.
- octave/matlab code for solving Nash equilibria
- my game test bed
- Pokemon card game (C++)
- MoGo has been distributed as a binary. It is not maintained anymore. I am not allowed to distribute the code. Maybe you should consider Pachi, which is a great open source MCTS for Go.

- Machine learning
- gsll/gslp: two open source programs (with libsvm/liblinear compliant formats) for linear regression (added June 2009).
- librks: an open source program (with gsll/libsvm/liblinear compliant formats) for random kitchen sinks (added June 2009).

- Others:
- free scripts (linux) for manipulating animated gif
- a scrambled halton quasi-random point set (there are bigger ones in the link below)
- quasi-random and low dispersion point sets and open source
- you might also check my quasi-random functions in the GSL, which is a great library