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CG
2006
Springer
9 years 11 hour ago
Automated Chess Tutor
While recently the strength of chess-playing programs has grown immensely, their capability of explaining in human understandable terms why some moves are good or bad has enjoyed l...
Aleksander Sadikov, Martin Mozina, Matej Guid, Jan...
ICGA
2008
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8 years 8 months ago
Learning the Piece Values for Three Chess Variants
A set of experiments for learning the values of chess pieces is described for the popular chess variants Crazyhouse Chess, Suicide Chess, and Atomic Chess. We follow an establishe...
Sacha Droste, Johannes Fürnkranz
CIG
2005
IEEE
9 years 1 months ago
Further Evolution of a Self-Learning Chess Program
Previous research on the use of coevolution to improve a baseline chess program demonstrated a performance rating of 2550 against Pocket Fritz 2.0 (PF2). A series of 12 games (6 wh...
David B. Fogel, Timothy J. Hays, Sarah L. Hahn, Ja...
IJCAI
1993
8 years 9 months ago
Learning of Resource Allocation Strategies for Game Playing
Human chess players exhibit a large variation in the amount of time they allocate for each move. Yet, the problem of devising resource allocation strategies for game playing did n...
Shaul Markovitch, Yaron Sella
CG
2000
Springer
9 years 19 days ago
Chess Neighborhoods, Function Combination, and Reinforcement Learning
Abstract. Over the years, various research projects have attempted to develop a chess program that learns to play well given little prior knowledge beyond the rules of the game. Ea...
Robert Levinson, Ryan Weber
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