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Friday, November 21, 2014

Graphing Chess

I found a blog by a fellow who is a Computer Science and Engineering Ph.D. candidate at Michigan State University. His area is research in artificial intelligence, evolution, and collective behavior using artificial life and digital evolution as research tools. One of his hobbies is what he describes as “data tinkering” which he represents in the form of graphs, some of which include chess. One of his projects was answering what is the key to Carlsen’s success. Other chess related research is Elo ratings, game length and outcomes, openings, moves, captures and mates. Visit the site

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