7 edition of Sargon, a computer chess program found in the catalog.
|Statement||Dan and Kathe Spracklen.|
|Contributions||Spracklen, Kathe, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||GV1447 .S53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||78064981|
SARGON A COMPUTER CHESS PROGRAM DAN AND KATHE SPRACKLEN Winner— West Coast Computer Fare! IN ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE HAYDEN Adapted for the TRS Level Il by Paul Lohnes SARGON: A Computer Chess Sargon III, con un motore di gioco riscritto completamente, fu pubblicato da Hayden Software nel per Apple ono versioni per Macintosh, Commod DOS, Atari 8-bit, e nel anche per Amiga e Atari ST.. Sargon 4. Sargon 4 venne pubblicato nel dalla Spinnaker Software Company e fu il primo gioco della serie a fornire una vista 3D della scacchiera e la possibilità di (serie).
SARGON A COMPUTER CHESS PROGRAM Winner—19/8 Coast Computer Faire! N ASSEUBU COMPUTER HAYDEN Adapted for the TRS Level Il by Paul Lohnes SARGON: A Computer Chess Program. Loading Instructions Apple Il These programs were generated using Applesoft Il and a firmware card. To use them, get into Applesoft mode land The first great microcomputer chess dynasty began at the West Coast Computer Faire, where this chess game developed by a husband-and-wife team (on a footnote platform, the Zbased Wavemate Jupiter III) took first prize. Interest in their product prompted them
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The book "Sargon, a computer chess program", by Dan and Kathe Spracklen published by Hayden in presents the source code to the classic early chess program Sargon in Z80 assembly language.
This is a project to bring the code presented in the book back to life in the modern :// First saw the Sargon back in Bought the book in (May) a computer chess program book studied the program. Bought a TRS Model 1 (second hand) in With the computer was the SARGON program.
I played a few games on level 1 and it won. I thought I knew the program, but it still beat me. I took the program apart line by line using the book and started to › Books › Computers & Technology › Hardware & DIY. SARGON, Computer chess, Zilog Z (Microprocessor), Assembler language (Computer program language) Publisher Rochelle Park, N.J.: Hayden Book Co.
Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; china Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation Contributor Internet Archive Language English Sargon (ou SARGON) é uma linha de programas de computador que jogam xadrez.A versão inicial foi escrita por Dan e Kathe Spracklen e apresentada na West Coast Computer Faire emonde o software venceu o primeiro torneio de xadrez para microcomputadores.
Histórico. O Sargon original foi escrito em linguagem assembly para microprocessadores ZO código fonte completo do According to Dan and Kathe Spracklen's book (Sargon A Computer Chess Program, Hayden, ) the program was written in Z assembly language using the TDL Macro Assembler.
They affirm, "The move logic is the heart of SARGON." This was surely to be expected considering the SARGON III – Ein Mikrocomputer-Programm aus dem Hause Spracklen in Computerschach und Spiele (CSS), Nr. 3,S. 12–14; Kathe und Dan Spracklen: Sargon – A Computer Chess Program, Hayden Book Company,ISBN Geschichte Literatur Weblinks Einzelnachweise(Schachprogramm).
BenRedic 1 point. Sargon was developed on a Wavemate Jupiter, and was quickly a success in computer chess tournaments. The first public release of the program was a book (!) containing heavily commented assembly source code so anybody with a Z80 powered computer could implement their own version of this :// Sargon (or SARGON) is a line of chess-playing software for personal computers.
SARGON was introduced at the West Coast Computer Faire, where it won the first computer chess tournament held strictly for microcomputers.
This success encouraged the authors to seek financial income by selling the program directly to :// Sargon V is a solid chess game with outstanding training options and good presentation, offering both 2D and 3D boards. Billed a chess game for expert, the game indeed plays a very good game of chess, with a world-class engine that is much stronger than the popular Chessmaster engine at that time.
In addition to offering a wide variety of 2D and 3D boards, Sargon V features a wealth of Sargon was a line of chess-playing software for personal computers. The initial version written by Dan and Kathe Spracklen, was introduced at the West Coast Computer Faire, where it won the first computer chess tournament held strictly for :// Sargon, a computer chess program by Dan Spracklen, Kathe Spracklen,Hayden Book Co.
edition, in English Sargon was a great part of my childhood and I still love chess and computers. I think I may have owned this book at one point but that was so long ago I want to read it again. I didn't realize it but unfortunately this book is almost all Z80 assembly language of the actual program rather than about :// Sargon was a great part of my childhood and I still love chess and computers.
I think I may have owned this book at one point but that was so long ago I want to read it again. I didn't realize it but unfortunately this book is almost all Z80 assembly language of the actual program rather than about › Livres anglais et étrangers › Entertainment › Puzzles & Games. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index.
Description: pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Responsibility: Dan and Kathe :// Sargon: A Computer Chess Program by Spracklen, Dan: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at :// SARGON (COMPUTER) (born ) United States of America Here is the Sargon I full source-code for Z80 (the book content in fact): Naturally Sargon is impressive, but having a chess program fully running (even if primitive) on 1KB RAM (code+data) is hot.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible › Computing & Internet › Programming. In Sargon, a computer chess program written by Dan and Kathe Spracklen, won first place at the first ever microcomputer chess tournament.
About 20 years later my good friend, Dan, dug out his copy of the book the Spracklens wrote, "Sargon A Computer Chess Program" published in We became obsessed with recreating the game in various higher level languages.
But deep down I had the SARGON was introduced at the West Coast Computer Faire, where it won the first computer chess tournament held strictly for microcomputer s.
This success encouraged the authors to seek financial income by selling the program directly to ://. Sargon, a computer chess program by Dan Spracklen, Kathe Spracklen; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Assembler language (Computer program language), Computer chess, Programming, SARGON, Zilog Z (Microprocessor) Computer Chess Championship!
"Buy this program when it be- comes available unequaled in the end game. Personal Computing, July SARGON Il is able to push passed pawns toward queening, play a strong end game, and range in deep play levels at end game without user direction.
The computer displays the levels of play at It’s not a good chess program and will only challenge beginners, true beginners, but still it plays chess!
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