Advances in Computer Chess, Volume 5

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D F Beal
Edinburgh University Press, Feb 1, 1989 - Games - 322 pages
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Contents

Some Special Benefits of Advances in Computer Chess Keynote Address
1
An Incremental Negamax Algorithm
31
Experiments with the Null Move
65
Weight Assessment in Evaluation Functions
81
A Model of Chess Knowledge Planning Structures and Constituent
143
Towards a Theory of Knowledge
159
Interactive Solution of King and Pawn Endings
187
A KnowledgeBased System and a Development Interface for the Middle
219
Performance Improvements in ProblemSolving Programs since 1984
231
Generalized Minimax Algorithms are no Better Error Correctors than
265
Some Innovations Introduced by Hitech
283
Efficient Pattern Recognition in Large Game Trees
313
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