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In this project we’ll keep track of a real backgammon game, on a real board, with real players.
We’ll place a camera (possibly a smartphone) that will record every move of the players.
The system will then run an existing machine-learning algorithm that tells the players how bad/good their movesare, compared to the optimal move that they could take. The system will then determine the best player (not necessarily the winner!).
The algorithm (gnubg.org) is considered state-of-the-art, and has world-wide recognition.
Requirements: Knowledge in programming (C++ or Java or Python, etc.), Basic knowledge in computer vision
Advantage: Machine learning class