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The Advances in Computer Chess 2 conference was hosted by the University of Edinburgh and held at King's Buildings [1], Edinburgh, Scotland, on April 10-11, 1978. Proceedings were published in 1980, edited by Mike Clarke.
King's Buildings seen from the Braid Hills [2]

Proceedings


Lectures

  1. Don Beal, Mike Clarke (1980). The Construction of Economical and Correct Algorithms for King and Pawn against King.
  2. Jacques Pitrat (1980). The Behaviour of a Chess Combination Program using Plans.
  3. Ivan Bratko, Donald Michie (1980). A Representation of Pattern-Knowledge in Chess Endgames.
  4. Max Bramer (1980). An Optimal Algorithm for KPK using Pattern Knowledge.
  5. Don Beal (1980). An analysis of Minimax.
  6. Mike Clarke (1980). The Theory of Coordinate Squares.
  7. Danny Kopec, Tim Niblett (1980). How Hard is the Play of the King-Rook-King-Knight Ending?
  8. John Birmingham, Peter Kent (1980). Mate at a Glance.
  9. Peter Kent (1980). The MASTER Chess Program.

Announcement

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Advances in Computer Chess 2, announcement in The Computer Journal 1978 21(1) 94 [3]

Reviews


External Links


References

  1. ^ Introduction | King's Buildings
  2. ^ View of King's Buildings from the Braid Hills, Photo by Kim Traynor, August 26, 2011, Wikimedia Commons, King's Buildings from Wikipedia
  3. ^ The Computer Journal 1978 21(1):94 © 1978 by British Computer Society

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