Author: Dan Andersson

Date: 20:54:40 11/19/02

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I don't see how you can show that by comparing NPS of two wildly different programs. Suppose one of them has a more efficient evaluation function. There is no basis for comparision. Other than that they both play chess :) MvH Dan Andersson

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