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RamJet,
an UCI compliant open source chess engine by Edoardo Manino, first released in January 2014. RamJet started as a C port of Edoardo's Visual Basic engine ProChess [1], thus, RamJet applies a 0x88 board representation, using negamax alpha-beta PVS with iterative deepening, transposition table, null move pruning, and futility pruning. Version 0.11 rolled back to a pure pst evaluation, has an improved search, configurable options, and supports Chess960 [2]. So far, RamJet played the IGT 2014, the IGT 2015, the IGT 2016 and the IGT 2017 over the board. IGT 2017 participant RamJet 0.14 was released afterwards [3].
Model of Ramjet with Abe Silverstein [4]

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References

  1. ^ RamJet « G 6
  2. ^ RamJet_011.zip\RamJet_011\readme.txt
  3. ^ New release: RamJet 0.14 by Edoardo Manino, CCC, September 27, 2017
  4. ^ Mr. Abe Silverstein, chief of the Wind Tunnel and Flight Research Division at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), Cleveland, Ohio, now known as John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field, demonstrates the operation of a model ramjet aircraft engine, June 26 1945. Image catalogued by Glenn Research Center of the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) under Photo ID: GPN-2000-000367 AND Alternate ID: C1945-10900, Category:Ramjets - Wikimedia Commons

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