Increasing Efficiency and Quality in the Automatic Composition of Three-Move Mate Problems

@inproceedings{Iqbal2011IncreasingEA,
  title={Increasing Efficiency and Quality in the Automatic Composition of Three-Move Mate Problems},
  author={Azlan Iqbal},
  booktitle={ICEC},
  year={2011}
}
In this article, we demonstrate the use of composing ‘experience’ in the form of piece location probability values derived from a database of matein-3 chess problems. This approach was compared against a ‘random’ one. Comparisons were made using ‘experiences’ derived from three different databases, i.e. problems by human composers (HC), computer-generated compositions that used the HC experience (CG), and mating ‘combinations’ taken from tournament games between humans (TG). Each showed a… CONTINUE READING
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