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FUSc#,
an experimental research open source chess engine developed since 2002 by the AI-Game Programming Group [1] at the Free University of Berlin, headed by Raúl Rojas. As the name suggests, FUSc# was written in C#. It is compliant to the UCI protocol and able to play online [2]. An iterative alpha-beta matrix version gave a promising performance boost, bought by a huge degree of code complexity [3].
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TD-Leaf(λ)

The engine, then dubbed DarkFUSc#, was subject of research on Temporal Difference Learning using TD-Leaf(λ), as elaborated in Marco Block's thesis [4].

Board Representation

While FUSc# originally had an array-representation, a version dubbed Fusch# gained some performance using rotated bitboards [5].

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References

  1. ^ AI-Game Programming Group of Free University of Berlin
  2. ^ FUSc# - AG Schachprogrammierung
  3. ^ Marco Block, André Rauschenbach, Johannes Buchner, Frank Jeschke, Raúl Rojas (2005). Das Schachprojekt FUSc#". Technical Report B-05-21, pdf, Free University of Berlin (German)
  4. ^ Marco Block (2004). Verwendung von Temporale-Differenz-Methoden im Schachmotor FUSc#. Diplomarbeit, Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Raúl Rojas, Free University of Berlin, pdf (German)
  5. ^ Johannes Buchner (2005). Rotated bitboards in FUSc#. Free University of Berlin, pdf

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