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Subject: ICGA publishing requirements

Author: Georg v. Zimmermann

Date: 05:10:49 11/21/02

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What are the requirements to publish an artice in that journal ? It doesnt seem
like you need a strong program to test your results with.

I feel I could have contributed as much to the science community with some of my
ideas presented in my own weak engine.
But I can't because I am not a science student/researcher ?

Can someone clarify if the system is as silly as it looks to me.

Georg v. Zimmermann

On November 20, 2002 at 11:43:10, Omid David Tabibi wrote:

>
>            ICGA Journal, Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 153-161, September 2003
>
>
>                          Verified Null-Move Pruning
>
>                    Omid David Tabibi and Nathan S. Netanyahu
>
>
>                                   Abstract
>
>In this article we review standard null-move pruning and introduce our extended
>version of it, which we call verified null-move pruning. In verified null-move
>pruning, whenever the shallow null-move search indicates a fail-high, instead of
>cutting off the search from the current node, the search is continued with
>reduced depth.
>
>Our experiments with verified null-move pruning show that on average, it
>constructs a smaller search tree with greater tactical strength in comparison to
>standard null-move pruning. Moreover, unlike standard null-move pruning, which
>fails badly in zugzwang positions, verified null-move pruning manages to detect
>most zugzwangs and in such cases conducts a re-search to obtain the correct
>result. In addition, verified null-move pruning is very easy to implement, and
>any standard null-move pruning program can use verified null-move pruning by
>modifying only a few lines of code.
>
>
>pdf:  http://www.cs.biu.ac.il/~davoudo/pubs/vrfd_null.pdf
>zipped pdf:  http://www.cs.biu.ac.il/~davoudo/pubs/vrfd_null.pdf.zip
>gzipped postscript:  http://www.cs.biu.ac.il/~davoudo/pubs/vrfd_null.ps.gz



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