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Subject: Re: testing of evaluation function

Author: Uri Blass

Date: 11:55:33 04/17/03

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On April 17, 2003 at 12:44:48, William H Rogers wrote:

>I would recommend playing your program against another chess program and analyze
>the outputs as to the differences. Play as many complete games as you can and
>record the moves. Then and only then can you go about making changes to your
>program hopefully to make it stronger. I say complete games simple because you
>may find weakness or other things wrong with it in the middle game or in the end
>game, ie. can it checkmate or does it recognized checkmate.
>Good luck

I recommend before games to check if you get the expected output
by static evaluation in specific positions.


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