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Wasp,
John Stanback's new UCI compliant chess engine and complete rewrite of Zarkov, first released short after June solstice 2016, announced [1] and hosted by Frank Quisinsky [2]. As a bitboard engine, Wasp is compiled for modern 64 bit CPU's with popcnt and bitscan instructions. Wasp 2.00, released in April 2017, is able to use multiple threads performing a Lazy SMP search [3].
Wasp [4]

Features

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Search

Evaluation

Misc


See also


Forum Posts

2016

2017


External Links

Chess Engine

Misc


References

  1. ^ Wasp 1.01 x64 by John Stanback released ... by Frank Quisinsky, CCC, June 22, 2016
  2. ^ Frank's Chess Page, Wasp by John Stanback, June 22, 2016
  3. ^ Wasp 2.00 by John Stanback ... with Lazy SMP! by Frank Quisinsky, CCC, April 21, 2017
  4. ^ Vespula is a small genus of social wasps, widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere. Along with members of their sister genus Dolichovespula, they are collectively known by the common name yellow jackets (or yellow-jackets) in North America. Vespula species have a shorter malar space and a more pronounced tendency to nest underground, but are otherwise nearly indistinguishable from Dolichovespula. As shown a Vespula germanica, Image by Richard Bartz, August 10, 2007, CC BY-SA 2.5, Wikimedia Commons, Wasp from Wikipedia
  5. ^ based on Wasp Release Notes by John Stanback

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