Chess and Machine IntuitioneBook - 1998
With the ability to conceive of and construct ever more complicated machinery, expectations increase that we may yet comprehend, and perhaps even duplicate, some of our own mental abilities. In examining how we tackle such tasks as problem solving, we obtain an increased appreciation of our own minds and potentials. Through an overview of machine chess, a history of the game, and a discussion on human and machine intuition, the author attempts to increase readers' appreciation of their own minds, as well as that of computers.
Publisher: Exeter : 1998. Intellect,
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (175 pages) : illustrations