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A
amalgamation of cavities10.3 Amalgamation of cavities
amalgamation of worms into dragons10.2 Amalgamation
amalgamation of worms into dragons10.4 Amalgamation of strings
API6. Application Programmers Interface to GNU Go
area16.1 Conceptual Outline of Influence
ascii description of shapes12.1 Overview
ascii interface3.3 Ascii Interface
ascii mode3.9.4 Ascii Mode Options
attack shapes database12.1 Overview
autohelper actions12.6 Autohelper Actions
Autohelpers12.5 Autohelpers and Constraints
automaton13. The DFA pattern matcher

B
board_state6.3 The board_state struct
border color10.1 Worms

C
cache3.9.2 Other general options:
cache-size3.9.2 Other general options:
cavity4.1 Definitions
CGoban3.2 Running GNU Go via CGoban
color (dragon)10.7 Dragons
colored display5.8 Colored Display
colored display10.8 Colored Dragon Display
command line options3.9 Invoking GNU Go: Command line options
connection shapes database12.1 Overview
connection shapes database12.9 The Connections Database
connections10.5 Connection
connections database12.9 The Connections Database
cutting stone10.1 Worms
cutting stone, potential10.1 Worms

D
data structures6.1 How to use the engine in your own program: getting started
debugboard5.6 Debugboard
debugging options3.9.5 Development options:
Debugging the reading code14.9 Debugging the reading code
decide-dragon5.4 Checking the Owl code
decide-string5.3 Checking the reading code
defence shapes database12.1 Overview
depth3.9.3 Other options affecting strength and speed
Depth of reading14. Tactical reading
description of shapes12.1 Overview
dfa13. The DFA pattern matcher
dfa.c13. The DFA pattern matcher
dfa.h13. The DFA pattern matcher
distance from liberty to dragon10.1 Worms
dragon4.1 Definitions
dragon10. Worms and Dragons
dragons10.7 Dragons

E
effective size (dragon)10.7 Dragons
effective size (worm)10.1 Worms
eliminate the randomness12.11 Tuning the Pattern databases
emacs mode3.4 GNU Go mode in Emacs
escape_route (dragon)10.7 Dragons
eye shapes database12.1 Overview
eye space display5.8.2 Eye Space Display

F
false eye10.6 Half Eyes and False Eyes
fast pattern matching13. The DFA pattern matcher
finite state automaton13. The DFA pattern matcher
FIXME4.6.4 FIXME
format of the pattern database12.1 Overview

G
GDB5.5 GTP and GDB techniques
GDB14.9 Debugging the reading code
generation of helper functions12.5 Autohelpers and Constraints
genus (dragon)10.7 Dragons
genus (worm)10.1 Worms
GMP3.6 The Go Modem Protocol and Go Text Protocol
gnugo's gdb commands14.9 Debugging the reading code
go position14.2.1 Calculation of the hash value
grid optimization12.14 Implementation Details
GTP3.6 The Go Modem Protocol and Go Text Protocol
GTP5.5 GTP and GDB techniques

H
half eye10.6 Half Eyes and False Eyes
Hash node14.2.2 Organization of the hash table
Hashing of positions14.2 Hashing of Positions
helper functions in pattern matching12.4 Helper Functions
how gnugo learn new joseki12.16 The Joseki Compiler
How to debug the reading code14.9 Debugging the reading code

I
implementation of pattern matching12.12 Implementation
inessential string10.1 Worms
inessential string10.3 Amalgamation of cavities
information gathering4.2.1 Information gathering
installation2.1 GNU/Linux and Unix
invincible worm10.1 Worms
invoking GNU Go3.9 Invoking GNU Go: Command line options

J
jago3.5 Running GNU Go via Jago
joseki12.16 The Joseki Compiler

L
level3.9.3 Other options affecting strength and speed
level of play3.9.1 Some basic options
liberties (worm)10.1 Worms
liberties, higher order (worm)10.1 Worms
licence, documentation (GFDL)How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
licence, program (GPL)A. Copying
lunch (worm)10.1 Worms

M
matcher status (dragon)10.7 Dragons
matchpat.c13. The DFA pattern matcher
move generation4.2 Move Generation Basics
move generation4.2.2 Move generation in GNU Go 3.2
move generators4.2.2 Move generation in GNU Go 3.2
move reasons4.2.2 Move generation in GNU Go 3.2
moyo16.1 Conceptual Outline of Influence
moyo display5.8.3 Moyo Display

O
origin (dragon)10.7 Dragons
origin (worm)10.1 Worms
output file5.2 The Output File
output file5.2 The Output File
owl functions, how to write15.2 Functions in `owl.c'
owl status10.7 Dragons

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