The game of chess

  title={The game of chess},
  author={H. Simon and J. Schaeffer},
  journal={Handbook of Game Theory With Economic Applications},
  • H. Simon, J. Schaeffer
  • Published 1992
  • Economics
  • Handbook of Game Theory With Economic Applications
  • Publisher Summary The game of chess has sometimes been referred to as the Drosophila of artificial intelligence and cognitive science research– a standard task that serves as a test bed for ideas about the nature of intelligence and computational schemes for intelligent systems. Both machine intelligence –—how to program a computer to play good chess (artificial intelligence)— and human intelligence — how to understand the processes that human masters use to play good chess (cognitive science… CONTINUE READING
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