Richard Delorme

From Chessprogramming wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Home * People * Richard Delorme

Richard Delorme [1]

Richard Delorme,
a French biologist working in the forest management, Ph.D. in human biology from Claude Bernard University Lyon 1 in 1997 [2], software developer, and games and chess programmer. He is author of the strong Othello program Edax written in C [3], also analysis engine in Stephane Nicolet's Othello program Cassio for Macintosh [4], and test-bed in deep learning research [5]. Richard Delorme is furthre author of the UCI compliant chess engines Amoeba and its didactic eased counterpart Dumb, both written in the D programming language [6] [7].

See also

Amoeba Tournament Manager, SPRT

Forum Posts

External Links

amoeba: an UCI chess engine in D language
Dumb: A simple & stupid chess program
hqperft: Chess move generation based on (H)yperbola (Q)uintessence & range attacks » Hyperbola Quintessence, Perft


Up one Level