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Shannon, Claude Elwood (1916-2001)
"PROGRAMMING A COMPUTER FOR PLAYING CHESS" [IN:] PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE, VOL. 41, SEVENTH SERIES, JANUARY-DECEMBER 1950, PP.256-275. LONDON: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, 1950
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Shannon, Claude Elwood (1916-2001)
"PROGRAMMING A COMPUTER FOR PLAYING CHESS" [IN:] PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE, VOL. 41, SEVENTH SERIES, JANUARY-DECEMBER 1950, PP.256-275. LONDON: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, 1950
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Shannon, Claude Elwood (1916-2001)
"PROGRAMMING A COMPUTER FOR PLAYING CHESS" [IN:] PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE, VOL. 41, SEVENTH SERIES, JANUARY-DECEMBER 1950, PP.256-275. LONDON: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, 1950
8vo (247 x 160mm.), FIRST EDITION, 12 issues bound together, maroon library buckram, spine gilt, yellow endpapers, spine with manuscript library labelling in white  
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Virginia State Library, label and stamps; bought from Zubal, Cleveland, OH, 1998

出版

Tomash & Williams S97; Origins of Cyberspace 882

相關資料

THE FIRST TECHNICAL PAPER ON COMPUTER CHESS. Shannon described instructions for programming a computer to play chess. A keen chess player himself, Shannon's paper also placed a "game-tree" complexity number on the game - 10120. This number is now known as "Shannon's number" and is still considered the most precise estimate of the game's complexity.

厄文‧托馬許藏書: 運算的歷史

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