projects skfr-fast-rating and sudoku-multi-purpose-program

Programs which generate, solve, and analyze Sudoku puzzles

Re: projects skfr-fast-rating and sudoku-multi-purpose-progr

Postby champagne » Sun Jun 10, 2018 12:03 pm

emerentius_ wrote:Google Code has gone down and with it all the links to source code in this thread. Could you make the code available again, champagne?

I've been working on extending my library with a human strategy solver for use in SudokuExplainer like programs as well as for fast rating. Maybe not as fast as a specialized rater, but fast nonetheless. It would be useful to compare my code to prior art.


No problem to deliver the skfr sources, (just the time to find where they are on the web) but where you are, I think that it is of small value.

As I could write in other places, I have in hands a frame about 10 times faster than skfr.

The previous version (skmpp) has been coded till the nested simple cases, The current version (skmppv2) is for the time being in the low ratings (<6.5) but with a coding cloning in a better way Sudoku Explainer. It seems to be 15 times faster than skfr in the range 1.0 6.2

I am open to built a team to work on it and I can share without any restriction the code, except that the working files are still very dirty. Not a good situation to put them in a "github" repository.
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Re: projects skfr-fast-rating and sudoku-multi-purpose-progr

Postby emerentius_ » Sun Jun 10, 2018 3:43 pm

That would be cool, but it may still be nice to have old code available for reference. I don't think there is a minimum code quality before things can be thrown on github. One can always put the code in side-branches and clean it up later or even nuke the whole repo (I do like to keep history rewriting of master to a minimum). Alternatively, Gitlab offers free private repos.

It seems like most people here are on windows. I may have to adapt the code a bit so that it compiles on linux. I'm interested to see how my solver compares. So far I haven't found any rater's source code to compare it to. Information is somewhat scattered across the forum.

Edit: Oh, it looks like skfr at least is part of dobrichev's gridchecker repo
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Re: projects skfr-fast-rating and sudoku-multi-purpose-progr

Postby champagne » Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:12 am

emerentius, I answered thru pm, see your pm box
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