Projects / CHEOPS Chess


CHEOPS (CHEss OPponent Simulator) is a fully-functional AI chess program capable of human vs. human, human vs. computer, and computer vs. computer play. It uses a 64-square linear array board representation. The game tree search is alpha-beta, and the static evaluation function considers material, mobility, and motif features. CHEOPS comes with extensive documentation on the program internals, aimed at students or programmers wishing to understand or extend the system.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Dec 2003 15:39

    Release Notes: CHEOPS is now packaged in a manner similar to most GNU programs, including a "configure" configuration and installation script suitable for Unix-like systems. The LaTeX manual has been revised. A Unix man page is now available. The --version and --help command-line options are now supported.

    •  23 Nov 2003 15:08

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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