Advances in Computer Chess 2
The Advances in Computer Chess 2 conference was hosted by the University of Edinburgh and held at King's Buildings , Edinburgh, Scotland, on April 10-11, 1978. Proceedings were published in 1980, edited by Mike Clarke.
- Advances in Computer Chess 2
- M.R.B. Clarke, Editor, February 1980
- Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh
- ISBN-10: 0-852-24377-4
- ISBN-13: 978-0852243770, amazom
- Don Beal, Mike Clarke (1980). The Construction of Economical and Correct Algorithms for King and Pawn against King.
- Jacques Pitrat (1980). The Behaviour of a Chess Combination Program using Plans.
- Ivan Bratko, Donald Michie (1980). A Representation of Pattern-Knowledge in Chess Endgames.
- Max Bramer (1980). An Optimal Algorithm for KPK using Pattern Knowledge.
- Don Beal (1980). An analysis of Minimax.
- Mike Clarke (1980). The Theory of Coordinate Squares.
- Danny Kopec, Tim Niblett (1980). How Hard is the Play of the King-Rook-King-Knight Ending?
- John Birmingham, Peter Kent (1980). Mate at a Glance.
- Peter Kent (1980). The MASTER Chess Program.