In recent times digital computers have been increasingly used as aids in the study of scientific and economic problems. Dr. Prinz describes how such a machine can be ‘programmed’ to solve simple chess problems successfully, though it does so more slowly than a human chess player.
- Legal Move
- Successive Line
- Active Board
- Morse Code
- Chess Board
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Prinz, D. (1988). Robot Chess. In: Levy, D. (eds) Computer Chess Compendium. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-1968-0_21
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