On Monday, 7 November 2022 at 2:35:22 am UTC+8, John Metcalf wrote:
> Congrats, impressive score on 94nop :-) I'd be interested to compare
> which warriors your code selected with those in my hand-picked benchmark.
The current list is:
Starting WarriorZ ... lore2.red - 0.963639104067866
Starting Her IMPertinent Majesty ... yellownewspaper.red - 0.968492684024264
Starting Visigoth ... sharky.red - 0.97160387599864
Starting biSHO ... k310.red - 0.971778549072255
Starting ShadowWeaver ... borgir.red - 0.969684633279653
Starting dreadful cross ... lastjudgement.red - 0.977390396931096
Starting AshII ... hsaopt-qhoh.red - 0.979644545493337
Starting Resinoid ... lordimprings2.red - 0.963729691567763
Starting King Cobra ... twilight.red - 0.935340724763019
Starting Tolyputes ... blowrag2.red - 0.966682391867335
Starting Despair ... borgir.red - 0.970876224369984
Starting Pocket Rocket ... zplusplus.red - 0.929591489465872
Starting Electra ... lordimprings2.red - 0.974757202343255
Starting Monster Human Grunt ... elvenking2.red - 0.975380831472071
Starting incubus ... hullabaloo3.red - 0.969622420270168
The number at the end is the correlation coefficient between the selected proxy warrior's scores and the scores of the real warrior.
Here is the corresponding list for 94x:
Starting DriedFrogPillsAX9 ... dfpopt-qreo.red - 0.988565232237808
Starting PuddleglumX ... puddleglum-xjcl.red - 0.99928754183971
Starting paperX ... grimoireA-ugbc.red - 0.991370859383051
Starting DriedFrogPillsAX133 ... dfpopt-nxac.red - 0.995470490449125
Starting Morlock ... deadletter-xlwm.red - 0.931948655588622
Starting PendulumX ... memories07x.red - 0.932070614564449
Starting BlackMoods ... dflyoptB-prrt.red - 0.887106456201055
Starting Slayer ... mavinopt1-dtat.red - 0.93102766140238
Starting DespairX ... deadletter-tiru.red - 0.98989167508046
I left PuddleglumX floating as a sanity check and the program has correctly found the correct version. For the two copies of Dried Frog Pills the originals were deleted and I let the program select stand ins.
As you can see with Black Moods I have no good approximations in my repertoire.
I'm happy to publish the code if people are interested but it is in Perl.