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Lime,
a Chess Engine Communication Protocol and UCI compliant open source chess engine written by Richard Allbert in C++, first released in July 2005. Its development started in 2004, influenced by FirstChess and TSCP [1]. Lime represents the board with a 12x12 mailbox and piece-lists [2], and features PVS with null move pruning and fractional extensions [3]. Lime played the CCT9, CCT11 and the CCT15, and over the board the CPT 2009.
Lime tree [4]

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References

  1. ^ Lime - UCI and Winboard Chess Engine
  2. ^ Lime_v39 by Richard Allbert, Winboard Forum, August 06, 2005
  3. ^ lime_66.zip\readme.txt from Lime - UCI and Winboard Chess Engine
  4. ^ Lime tree in Kaditz, lithography by Carl Wilhelm Arldt, around 1840, Source: Dresdner Neuesten Nachrichten, Oktober 22, 2007, Page 16, Wikimedia Commons, Lime tree in culture - Wikipedia

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