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question of doing chess program

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  • smartest_chen
    hi everyone.i want do a chess program , but i don t know which algorithm is suitable for it? Depth first search or breadth first search? thanks
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 18, 2002
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      hi everyone.i want do a chess program ,
      but i don't know which algorithm is
      suitable for it?

      Depth first search
      or
      breadth first search?

      thanks
    • predictorx
      smartest_chen wrote: i want do a chess program , but i don t know which algorithm is suitable for it? Depth first search or breadth first search? Typically,
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 19, 2002
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        smartest_chen wrote:
        "i want do a chess program , but i don't know which algorithm is
        suitable for it? Depth first search or breadth first search?"

        Typically, turn-based games like this are handled with some sort of
        game-tree search involving heuristics (especially in evaluating
        specific board positions). David Levy has written several books on
        playing games of this sort and chess in particular. For complete
        references, see Will's Tehnical Book List on Will's Technical Page at

        http://will.dwinnell.com

        -PredictorX
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