Computer Chess Club Archives




Subject: Re: YACE 0.99.09

Author: leonid

Date: 12:20:33 04/22/01

Go up one level in this thread

On April 22, 2001 at 13:07:11, Ingo Bauer wrote:

>On April 22, 2001 at 09:57:10, leonid wrote:
>>If you want to solve one mate and say your result, then this is the position:
>>[D]2R2bNn/Rp1n1k1b/1q1ppB1p/1Np1p1p1/2P1P2P/3P2PB/4Q2K/8 w - -
>>If you program says nodes/per/second, please indicate it for this position.
>Hello Nodes per second: 579.196 on a 800 Celeron.
>Engine: Yace 0.99.09 (Paderborn)

Thank you very much! I went actually to read few times all the description that
you gave. Very, very helpful! Could hardly to find this on my own, since I was
with my program up to the 4 o'clock in the morning, trying to finalize some new
parts before Monday. Mainly it was comparing and searching for bugs.

Number that you gave goes well with what I found in general for Rebel 10. So, it
is not a surprise at all. I went even to see exactly for this position NPS for
Rebel 10, on Celeron 600Mhz. No hash. I looked 5 moves deep and average NPS was
472k. Looked also for mine for the same position by brute force. Also 5 moves
deep. Average was 182k. This time my NPS was even higher that usual for brute
force search.


This page took 0.02 seconds to execute

Last modified: Thu, 07 Jul 11 08:48:38 -0700

Current Computer Chess Club Forums at Talkchess. This site by Sean Mintz.