MuZero for solved games

How to use MuZero for your own Overkill purposes

UPDATE 01/30/2020: Another general self-play system to toy with, Facebook just released it’s Polygames toolkit (Github repo here)

UPDATE 12/23/2020: Despite being released last year, The Nature Paper on MuZero has only now been released.

UPDATE 2/25/2021: You know what I always thought was missing from techniques using MuZero? Visualizations like the kind you could get from RL Maze solvers. Fortunately, there are now MuZero-specific visualization tools.


Cited as:

@article{mcateer2019muzfsg
    title = "MuZero for solved games",
    author = "McAteer, Matthew",
    journal = "matthewmcateer.me",
    year = "2019",
    url = "https://matthewmcateer.me/blog/muzero-for-solved-games/"
}

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