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chess4j,
an open source chess engine written by James Swafford using Java based technologies and the Chess Engine Communication Protocol, released under the MIT License, and first published in September 2012 [1]. The engine was hosted on SourceForge, and meant to be a test bed for various interests, including experimenting with different JVM based languages, parallel and distributed programming techniques, and machine learning. Since version 3.2 released in March 2017, chess4j became a bitboard engine, using magic bitboards to generate moves [2], now hosted on GitHub.

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  1. ^ chess4j 1.0 is released! by James Swafford, September 15, 2012
  2. ^ chess4j 3.2 is released (and it's magic) by James Swafford, CCC, March 11, 2017
  3. ^ Re: chess4j 3.2 is released (and it's magic) by Günther Simon, CCC, November 16, 2017

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