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a computer chess program by [[Hans Berliner]] written in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BLISS BLISS 36] <ref>[http://www.computerhistory.org/chess/full_record.php?iid=doc-431614f6c8af8 The Fourth World Computer Chess Championship] (labeled 22nd ACM), [http://archive.computerhistory.org/projects/chess/related_materials/text/3-1%20and%203-2%20and%203-3%20and%204-3.1983_WCCC/1983-%20WCCC.062303061.sm.pdf pdf] from [[The Computer History Museum]], [http://www.sci.brooklyn.cuny.edu/%7Ekopec/Publications/Publications/O_36_C.pdf pdf] from [[Danny Kopec]]</ref>, which played the [[WCCC 1983]] in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_City New York], running on a [[Digital Equipment Corporation|DEC]] [[PDP-10]] with [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/36-bit 36 bit] word length. Patsoc first implemented the evaluation feature of the [[Doubled Pawn#CrippledMajority|crippled majority]] with [[Doubled Pawn|doubled pawns]] involved <ref>[[Hans Berliner]] ('''1987'''). ''Some Innovations Introduced by Hitech''. [[ICGA Journal|ICCA Journal]], Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 111-117</ref>. Nevertheless, Patsoc is the acronym of "Plays a terrible sort of Chess" <ref>[[Harold Bogner]] ('''1984'''). ''[http://www.computerhistory.org/chess/full_record.php?iid=doc-431614f6cf749 The New Champion]''. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chess_Life Chess Life], February 1984, [http://archive.computerhistory.org/projects/chess/related_materials/text/3-1%20and%203-2%20and%203-3.Chess_Life.The_New_Champion.Bogner.Feb-1984/Chess_Life.The_New_Champion.Bogner.Feb-1984.062303068.sm.pdf pdf] from [[The Computer History Museum]]</ref>.
 
a computer chess program by [[Hans Berliner]] written in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BLISS BLISS 36] <ref>[http://www.computerhistory.org/chess/full_record.php?iid=doc-431614f6c8af8 The Fourth World Computer Chess Championship] (labeled 22nd ACM), [http://archive.computerhistory.org/projects/chess/related_materials/text/3-1%20and%203-2%20and%203-3%20and%204-3.1983_WCCC/1983-%20WCCC.062303061.sm.pdf pdf] from [[The Computer History Museum]], [http://www.sci.brooklyn.cuny.edu/%7Ekopec/Publications/Publications/O_36_C.pdf pdf] from [[Danny Kopec]]</ref>, which played the [[WCCC 1983]] in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_City New York], running on a [[Digital Equipment Corporation|DEC]] [[PDP-10]] with [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/36-bit 36 bit] word length. Patsoc first implemented the evaluation feature of the [[Doubled Pawn#CrippledMajority|crippled majority]] with [[Doubled Pawn|doubled pawns]] involved <ref>[[Hans Berliner]] ('''1987'''). ''Some Innovations Introduced by Hitech''. [[ICGA Journal|ICCA Journal]], Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 111-117</ref>. Nevertheless, Patsoc is the acronym of "Plays a terrible sort of Chess" <ref>[[Harold Bogner]] ('''1984'''). ''[http://www.computerhistory.org/chess/full_record.php?iid=doc-431614f6cf749 The New Champion]''. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chess_Life Chess Life], February 1984, [http://archive.computerhistory.org/projects/chess/related_materials/text/3-1%20and%203-2%20and%203-3.Chess_Life.The_New_Champion.Bogner.Feb-1984/Chess_Life.The_New_Champion.Bogner.Feb-1984.062303068.sm.pdf pdf] from [[The Computer History Museum]]</ref>.
 
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* [[Various Classifications#Acronym|Acronym]]
 
  
 
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Home * Engines * Patsoc

Patsoc,
a computer chess program by Hans Berliner written in BLISS 36 [1], which played the WCCC 1983 in New York, running on a DEC PDP-10 with 36 bit word length. Patsoc first implemented the evaluation feature of the crippled majority with doubled pawns involved [2]. Nevertheless, Patsoc is the acronym of "Plays a terrible sort of Chess" [3].

Selected Publications

External Links

References

  1. The Fourth World Computer Chess Championship (labeled 22nd ACM), pdf from The Computer History Museum, pdf from Danny Kopec
  2. Hans Berliner (1987). Some Innovations Introduced by Hitech. ICCA Journal, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 111-117
  3. Harold Bogner (1984). The New Champion. Chess Life, February 1984, pdf from The Computer History Museum

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