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Up Topic Rybka Support & Discussion / Aquarium / Using Build 950, Aquarium 2017, Bug Found
- By pawnslinger (***) [us] Date 2017-03-23 00:28
Okay, this has happened to me twice in as many days.  On new IDeA trees, after approximately 6k evals, the infamous "infinite minimax" raises its ugly head.

After shutting down Aquarium, first stopping the IDeA project (making it inactive), I had to manually kill Aquarium thru Windows project manager, since the program would not exit normally.  Upon restart of Aquarium, I verified the tree and recovered it.  When restarting analysis, the tree is still stuck in the minimax, but I was able to get it going by activating the IA function, this seemed to wake-up Aquarium and it stopped the minimax and generated a prolongation sequence.  And it is running fine ever since, completing several more minimax operations without problem.

I have no idea what is causing this, but it doesn't seem to be affecting anything other than brand new trees (where I have not yet exited the program for the first time yet).
Up Topic Rybka Support & Discussion / Aquarium / Using Build 950, Aquarium 2017, Bug Found

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