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I am confused in the implementation of AI. I have generated all possible moves of computer's type pieces. Now I can't decide the flow. Whether I need to start a loop for the possible moves of each piece and assign score to it.... or something else is to be done.

Kindly tell me the proper flow/algorithm for this. Thanks

For piece's evaluation, I am using the following method:
Java
public double score(int type, int aBoard[]) {
  double reds, blacks, ret=0.0;
  int loop;     

  for(reds=blacks=loop=0;loop<36;loop++) {
    switch(aBoard[loop]) {
    case 2: //redKingType:
      reds+=1;
    case 0://redType:
      reds+=1;
      break;
    case 3://blackKingType:
      blacks+=1;
    case 1://blackType:
      blacks+=1;
      break;
    default:
      break;
    }
  }
  switch(type) {
  case 0://redType:
    if(reds==0) {
      return 0.0;
    }
    if(blacks==0) {
      return 24.0;
    }
    ret=reds/blacks;
    if(ret>24 || ret<0) myErr("score(i,i)");
    return ret;
  case 1://blackType:
    if(reds==0) {
      return 24.0;
    }
    if(blacks==0) {
      return 0.0;
    }
    ret=blacks/reds;
    if(ret>24 || ret<0) myErr("score(i,i)");
    return ret;
  default:
    break;
  }
  return ret;
}  


Please suggest me if I need to change the evaluation function as well.
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Updated 26-Jun-12 3:08am
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I am confused in the implementation of AI. I have generated all possible moves of computer's type pieces. Now I can't decide the flow. Whether I need to start a loop for the possible moves of each piece and assign score to it.... or something else is to be done.


......... whatever you thinking you are right...
 
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