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Computer chess

Nature volume 274, pages 745748 (24 August 1978) | Download Citation

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Because of its obvious intellectual content, chess has long presented computer scientists with a challenge to their ingenuity. The development of the attempt to programme computers to play chess at human Grand master level has raised some interesting points about the strategies that men and machines use to solve problems ‘intelligently’.

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  1. Computer Science Department, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216.

    • Hans J. Berliner

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