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You will always need one runtime library: probt (probt22 in Makefile, any probt >= 2.2 should do).
depending on how it was compiled, the main of model.cpp (*model* (Ben Weber openings), *mymodel* (my openings, c.f. clustering/), or *tt* (tech trees only) in the Makefile) will learn and exit from file (match-up) XvY.txt if given:
- ./model XvY.txt
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+ ./model XvY.txt
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or will learn on XvY and test on WvZ if given:
- ./model XvY.txt WvZ.txt
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+ ./model XvY.txt WvZ.txt
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Example:
- ./model lZvT.txt tZvT.txt
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+ ./model lZvT.txt tZvT.txt
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The prediction will always be against X or W, for instance in ZvT, the predictions will be as a Terran player against a Zerg one (the learning is also of Zerg build/tech trees and openings).
1. To just compile and run the Opening prediction model with Ben Weber's openings labels:
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