Advances in computer chess, Volume 3

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Edinburgh University Press, 1982 - Games - 182 pages
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Error analysis of the minimax principle. Benefits of minimax search. A special-purpose machine for an improved search algorithm for deep chess combinations. Belle chess hardware. Computer chess strength. The Bratko-Kopec experiment: a comparison of human and computer performance in chess. Automatic induction of classification rules for a chess endgame. Machine aided refinement of correct strategies for the endgame in chess. A learning chess program. Development of a program for solving retrograde analysis chess problems. Information and complexity in chess. Positional long-range planning in computer chess. Decision making and computers.

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Contents

Error Analysis of the Minimax Principle
1
Benefits of Minimax Search
17
Belle Chess Hardware
45
Automatic Induction of Classification Rules for a Chess
73
Machine Aided Refinement of Correct Strategies for
93
A Learning Chess Program
113
Information and Complexity in Chess
139
Positional LongRange Planning in Computer Chess
145
Decision Making and Computers
169
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