A Computer Composes A Fabled Problem: Four Knights vs. Queen

4 Sep 2017 Azlan Iqbal

We explain how the prototype automatic chess problem composer, Chesthetica, successfully composed a rare and interesting chess problem using the new Digital Synaptic Neural Substrate (DSNS) computational creativity approach. This problem represents a greater challenge from a creative standpoint because the checkmate is not always clear and the method of winning even less so... (read more)

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