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Cray Blitz

Known as: Blitz 
Cray Blitz was a computer chess program written by Robert Hyatt, Harry L. Nelson, and Albert Gower to run on the Cray supercomputer. It was derived… Expand
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2003
2003
Chess tournaments exclusively for computers have been held since 1970 (see Table 1). Until 1978, these tournaments were dominated… Expand
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1997
1997
In 1975, Robert Hyatt was an undergraduate at the University of Southern Mississippi when he began work on Blitz. Early on, he… Expand
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1990
1990
The authors describe the architectural features that Cray Blitz uses to search approximately 200000 chess positions per second… Expand
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1988
1985
1985
Abstract The chess program “Cray Blitz” is the current World Computer Chess Champion and North American Computer Chess Champion… Expand
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1985
1985
 
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1985
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1984
1984
 
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