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Subject: Re: DB NPS (anyone know the position used)?

Author: Chris Carson

Date: 18:21:53 01/25/00

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On January 25, 2000 at 20:56:21, Peter W. Gillgasch wrote:

>On January 25, 2000 at 08:46:27, Chris Carson wrote:
>
>>Does anyone know what position(s) HSU used
>>to get the 100M NPS (DB) or 200M NPS for
>>DBII?
>
>Why do you think that the position matters
>at all ? As long as he can keep the chips
>busy the total number of cycles should be
>constant. Since he was doing the last 4 plies
>in hardware - and that means that he basically
>did all the positions in hardware - I suspect
>that the overhead onthe SP which certainly
>depends on the position can be neglected...
>Obvious, isn´t it ?
>
>-- Peter
>
>>Was it one position or many position's?  Was it
>>middle game, endgame, or combination?
>>
>>I would like to have the EPD for the
>>position, it would be interesting to
>>benchmark against.  :)
>>
>>Thanks.
>>
>>Best Regards,
>>Chris Carson

OK, but that is not why I wanted the position.  HSU
quoted the numbers and I would like to know what positions
were used.

Best Regards,
Chris Carson



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