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APIL chess, (APILchess - Asynchronous Process Interaction Library chess)
an distributed chess program for educational purposes and private use written by Ulf Lorenz and first published in July 2002 [1]. APILchess represents the board using a 16x12 mailbox array with 16-bit disjoint piece flag encoding and piece-lists. There are traces (Hydra.h), that the Asynchronous Process Interaction Library was used for early Hydra trials.



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