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Treefrog,
a computer chess program written at the University of Waterloo by a team of the undergraduate students Ron Hansen, Russell Crook and Gary Calnek, and successor of Ribbit. Treefrog became runner up at the ACM 1975, losing from Chess 4.4 in the last round. It was written in Fortran and ran on a Honeywell 6080 [1] 36-bit mainframe computer.
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  1. ^ M. M. Newborn (1977). Summary of the ACM Sixth U.S. Computer Chess Championship, from The Best of Creative Computing Volume 2, edited by David Ahl, hosted by AtariArchives.org
  2. ^ Gray tree frog from Wikipedia
  3. ^ Tony Marsland (1979). A bibliography of computer chess. Machine Intelligence 9, pdf

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