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Subject: Re: Doesn't appear to work for me (full data)

Author: Omid David Tabibi

Date: 14:21:53 11/21/02

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On November 21, 2002 at 17:10:14, Gian-Carlo Pascutto wrote:

>On November 21, 2002 at 17:07:06, Omid David Tabibi wrote:
>>Time to solution is not a common method in academic computer chess papers. It >is not generic enough, and is too program dependant to be scientifically
>>Apart from a few exceptions, I have seen no other publication which discusses
>>time to solution.
>Yes, which is why nearly everything published in the ICCA journal
>is completely worthless.

You call ICGA worthless? Then you have to see the prestigious "Artificial
Intelligence" journal. Pure theory, theory, impractical theory...

The journal's name "AI" apparently stands for "Anything Impractical"... :-)

>I can't understand the stupitidy in blindly
>following this just because everyone else did.
>As for the few exceptions, they are quite notable ones. The DTS
>paper from Robert was one of them. It's also one of the very few
>usefull articles.

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