This paper improves upon Job-Level (JL) computing, a general distributed computing approach. In JL computing, a client maintains the overall search tree and parcels the overall search into coarse-grained jobs, which are then each calculated by pre-existing game-playing programs. In order to support large-scale problems such as solving 7×7 killall-Go, or building opening books for 9×9 Go or Connect6,...
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