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Subject: Re: When to do a null move search - an experiment

Author: Tord Romstad

Date: 08:12:22 04/26/04

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On April 26, 2004 at 09:31:51, Dan Andersson wrote:

> If you want to do a systematic investigation you should have a version that
>does nullmove always and saves the result together with all vital statistics
>(make sure it is only those known before nullmove is made) about the position.
> Then it would be fairly easy to make a decision tree that correlates to
>beneficial nullmove conditions.

Yes, something like this would be interesting to try.  I have often used similar
techniques to tune other types of pruning.  Thanks for the suggestion!

Tord



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