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world computer chess championship, Stockholm 1974

by Jean E. Hayes

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Published by University Press in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer chess.,
  • Computer chess -- Tournaments.,
  • Chess -- Tournaments, 1974.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [96]-97.

    StatementJean E. Hayes, David N. L. Levy.
    ContributionsLevy, David N. L., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1318 .H38
    The Physical Object
    Pagination105 p. :
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4939881M
    ISBN 100852242859
    LC Control Number76367194

    Freedom is a chess program running on a CDC Cyber. The program played at the first World Computer Chess Championship in Stockholm in   The first world computer championship, recently held in Stockholm, brought together 13 programs, originating in eight countries: Britain, Canada, Norway, Austria, .

    One of the best chess books, ever. Covering the World Chess Championship in Reykjavik, Iceland, between challenger Bobby Fisher of the US, and champion Boris Spassky of the USSR, this book uses a diagram to show each move made in the games they played. It is an excellent format for following the game and for s: In , Soviet scientists Vladimir Arlazarov, Alexander Ushkov, and Mikhail Donskoy at Moscow’s Institute for Control Science, created the chess program Kaissa. In , Kaissa won all four games at the First World Computer Chess Championship in Stockholm. The World Computer Chess Championship is held every three years.

    The event with most participants so far was the Paderborn championship with 30 participants. If you ever wondered how many programs are there, here is a comprehensive list of computer chess programs. All winners by year. 1. , Stockholm, Kaissa 2. , Toronto, Chess 3. , Linz, Belle 4. , New York, Cray Blitz. Kaissa: | |Kaissa| (|Russian|: |Каисса|) was a |chess| program developed in the |Soviet Union| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest.


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The 1st World Computer Chess Championship takes place in Stockholm. It is won by the program Kaissa (USSR), followed by Chess (USA), which defeats third placed Ribbit (CAN) in a play-off for second. There are many interesting games and some surprising moves arise from tactical complications.

APPENDIX I - The First World Computer Chess Championship (Stockholm, ) Pages Select APPENDIX II - Basic Data on Computers Involved in Computer Chess Games.

The world computer chess championship, Stockholm University Press (Edinburgh) ISBN University Press (Edinburgh) ISBN ↑ Stockholm - Chess - Round 2 - Game 1 (ICGA Tournaments).

* World computer chess championships * Computer games Olympiad * Computer games conference. The ICGA events will be hosted by ECAI, the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence. The dates are June in beautiful Santiago De Compostela in Spain (a UNESCO World Heritage site).

More details will be available in a few days on the ICGA web. More recently, there have been tournaments in which the only participants were computer programs. and when the first World Computer Championship was held in Stockholm in the event was an outstanding success. World Computer Chess Championship (WCCC) is an event held periodically since where computer chess engines compete against each other.

The event is organized by the International Computer Games Association. Bya computer program by Georgy Adelson-Velsky, Vladimir Arlazarov, Alexander Bitman and Anatoly Uskov on the M-2 computer[1]in Alexander Kronrod’s laboratory at the Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physicshad defeated Kotok-McCarthyrunning on the IBM at Stanford University.

ByMikhail Donskoyjoined with Arlazarov and Uskov to program its successor on an. The World Computer Championships: A History‎ by organizing a World Computer Chess Championship. And so it came to pass that the first WCCC took place in Stockholm, at the Birger Jarl Hotel, in the summer of Guest of honor was the former world champion Mikhail Botvinnik, who was himself a researcher in the field of computer chess.

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