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Psycho,
a chess program by Ian Kennedy, which played the UPCCC 1993 [1] and UPCCC 1994 Uniform-Platform Computer Chess Championship organized by Don Beal. An early prototype of Psycho applied floating point arithmetic, and as reported by Kennedy speed up by a factor of 10 after conversion to an integer evaluation score [2]. In 1997, Psycho applied a parallel search on an Intel dual Pentium SMP system running Windows NT 4.0, splitting at the root [3].
Psycho (film) [4]

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  1. ^ Don Beal (1993). Report on the QMW 1993 Uniform-Platform Computer-Chess Championship. ICCA Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3
  2. ^ Re: Which is better, IYHO by Ian Kennedy, rgcc, August 20, 1995
  3. ^ A parallel processing chess program for the 'Wintel' platform by Ian Kennedy, rgcc, March 9, 1997
  4. ^ Psycho (1960) from Alfred Hitchcock - The Master of Suspense

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