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Axon (Geniss Axon),
a chess engine by primary author Vladan Vučković with chess knowledge and opening moves contributed by Đorđe Vidanović. Geniss Axon, a plain alpha-beta searcher whose development started in 2001, was written in compact 16-bit 8086 assembly, also incorporated into the Axon Benchmark program, which is available from the Arena site [1]. The benchmark indicates how well x86 processors will support Axon's 16-bit instructions.
Structure of a typical neuron [2] [3]

Description

Axon used a 12x12 mailbox to represent the board, and applies a unique move repetition detection technique, as described by Vučković and Vidanović in 2004 [4]. Further developments were Axon I, the successor of Geniss Axon XP, first using null move pruning with R = 2, the 32-bit port Axon II utilizing 64-bit MMX extensions, and Axon 3 the serial program of the parallel chess system Achilles [5] [6]. In 2008, Vučković introduced the Compact Chessboard Representation as used in Axon [7] [8].

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References

  1. ^ Arena Chess GUI 3.0 - Axon, EloStat, Nalimov
  2. ^ Perikaryon from Wikipedia
  3. ^ Axon from Wikipedia
  4. ^ Vladan Vučković, Đorđe Vidanović (2004). A New Approach to Draw Detection by Move Repetition in Computer Chess Programming. CoRR cs.AI/0406038, pdf
  5. ^ Achilles Home
  6. ^ Vladan Vučković (2007). Axon Development. pdf (Serbian)
  7. ^ Vladan Vučković (2008). The Compact Chessboard Representation. ICGA Journal, Vol. 31, No. 3
  8. ^ Vladan Vučković (2012). An Alternative Efficient Chessboard Representation based on 4-Bit Piece Coding. Yugoslav Journal of Operations Research, Vol. 22, No. 1, pdf
  9. ^ Draw Detection by Move Repetition Procedure -- Comments by Đorđe Vidanović, CCC, August 01, 2004

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