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S. (1980) Principles of Artificial Intelligence. McGraw-Hill. BELLE CHESS HARDWARE J. H. Condon and K. Thompson Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ 07974, USA ABSTRACT The computer chess program Belle is currently the World Computer Chess Champion and the North American Computer Chess Champion. In human play, Belle has consistently obtained master performance ratings. This paper describes the special-purpose hardware that gives Belle its advantage: speed. INTRODUCTION The first version of Belle was written in 1973 and first competed in the fourth ACM Championships in Atlanta.
A) gj^gi. Pr-1 must all have returned false on the ith search: =>BVH(Ps) ^gi, 1 ^ s ύ r-1 . But gj £gi,~>BVH(Ps)iSgj. Pr-1, which would all return "false" without being expanded. b) gj
1, mem(PO) = [%BVL(PO) ,BVH(P0)%]o[%mem(P1 ) ,mem(P2)%] . After the search with goal = 4 we have BVL(PO) = I BVH(PO) =4 mem(P1) = [1 1  ] mem(P2) =[4 4  ] so mem(PO) =[1 4 [1 1 ] [4 4 ]]. REDUCTION OF STORAGE In practice storing large trees can be expensive and reduce the efficiency of the search since more frequent garbage collection calls may need to be made than if the assigned storage was free. It is therefore an advantage to continually prune the trees being stored.
Advances in Computer Chess by M. Clarke