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Gazebo, (Gazebo Chess)
a Windows chess program by Stuart Cracraft, written in Microsoft Visual C++, released in 1994, bundled with a DOS program likely based on an early Crafty version by Robert Hyatt [1]. Gazebo uses the null move and history heuristics in implementing an iterative depth-first alpha-beta search with quiescence and combined horizon and frontier node evaluation tables [2]. Gazebo was later incorporated into GNU Chess 5, along with Chua Kong Sian's program Cobalt [3].
Gazebo [4]

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Gazebo Screen [5]

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References

  1. ^ Re: Comet B.13 is available ! by Pete Galati, Winboard Forum, January 27, 2000
  2. ^ Re: An Open Letter to Computer Chess Programmers by Stuart Cracraft, rgc, January 02, 1994
  3. ^ gnuchess/common.h at master · heisencoder/gnuchess · GitHub
  4. ^ Gazebo, United States, late 19th Century, Source: Father of JGKlein, Wikimedia Commons
  5. ^ Septober - Computerschach by Herbert Marquardt

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