Skip to main content

Nine Men's Morris Challenge

Each year, as part of the course of Foundaments of Artificial Intelligence M, groups of students are invited to design a little prototype of an Artificial Intelligence able to play to the game of Nine Men's Morris, a popular board game also known as Mill, Cowboy Checkers, Merrils, Mulino, Mulinello Grisia, Tris, or Filetto.

 

2016/2017 Challenge

Slides of the current challenge (in italian): 2017 slides

 

Nine Men's Morris Good Moves Dataset

Thanks to this competition has been possible to create a dataset of good moves for this game, that can be freely used for any machine learning approach: dataset page.

 

Acknowledgements

Thanks to every student who has participate to this competition:

Arianna Zanetti, Alessio Paccoia, Mirco Nani, Alessio Tonioni, Francesco Burelli, Antonio Murgia, Francesco Lo Cascio, Mirko Collura, Costantino Casaburi, Silvio Olivastri, Andrea Battaglia, Andrea Zanotti, Pierluigi Zama Ramirez, Niccolò Aimi, Francesco Giorgianni, Massimiliano La Ferrara, Angelo Maglione, Raffaele Rotella, Alessio Durinzi, Stefano Nicoletti, Alessandro Di Cesare, Filippo Franzoni, Tommaso Madonia, Andrea Galassi, Francesco Ricci, Cosimo Scarcella, Leo Gioia, Amedeo Palopoli, Alfonso Solimeo, Alessandro Vadruccio, Paolo Sarti, Marco Di Vincenzo, Marcello Ballanti, Dario Alise, Giuseppe Di Marzo, Federico Ruggeri, Dario Pasquali, Sara Bevilacqua, Nicola Lazzari, Andrea Rossetto, Nicola Ghiselli, Michele Gelsomini, Giocanni Grammatico, Alessandro Celi, Matteo Carano, Daniele Pettinari, Leonardo Mora, Leonardo Baroncelli, Francesco Calabria, Kevin Zaini, Alex Casadio, Simone Nigro, Nikos Thomopulos, Boschini Matteo, Silvestri Mattia, Guardati Simone, Buratti Luca, Gianessi Mattia, Berlati Alessandro, Corni Gabriele, Andraghetti Lorenzo, Bombino Andrea, Di Felice Marco, Damini Enrico, Stivala Giada, Cinesi Andrea, Neri Giacomo, Paternesi Claudio, Foti Daniele, Alessi Nicola, Zirondelli Alberto, Buscaroli Riccardo.