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The STARTECH Massively-Parallel Chess Program1

Bradley C. Kuszmaul
1995 ICGA Journal  
The StarTech massively parallel chess program, running on a 512-processor Connection Machine CM-5 supercomputer, tied for third place at the 1993 ACM International Computer Chess Championship.  ...  StarTech has an informally estimated rating of over 2400 USCF. Two performance measures help in understanding the performance of the StarTech program: the work, , and the critical path length, ¡ .  ...  To investigate how to program such applications, I engineered a parallel chess program called StarTech (pronounced "Star-Tek") on the Connection Machine CM-5.  ... 
doi:10.3233/icg-1995-18102 fatcat:lgwddfrnnfgnnhhi47ang7ldja

The 1995 ICCA Journal Award

1996 ICGA Journal  
When he returned to MIT, he authored the STARTECH program, a massively parallel chess program based on Hans Berliner's HITECH.  ...  The third ICCA Journal Award has now been granted to Bradley Kuszmaul for his article The StarTech Massively-Parallel Chess Program (see also p. ??).  ... 
doi:10.3233/icg-1996-19113 fatcat:jyviedjjkrag7ldliwjxrjggvq

Bradley Kuszmaul: A Scientific Biography

1996 ICGA Journal  
When he returned to MIT, he authored the STARTECH program, a massively parallel chess program based on Hans Berliner's HITECH.  ...  The third ICCA Journal Award has now been granted to Bradley Kuszmaul for his article The StarTech Massively-Parallel Chess Program (see also p. ??).  ... 
doi:10.3233/icg-1996-19114 fatcat:jgs64j75tzex3fzbkxh5ccpuju

The 1996 ICCA Journal Award

1996 ICGA Journal  
When he returned to MIT, he authored the STARTECH program, a massively parallel chess program based on Hans Berliner's HITECH.  ...  The third ICCA Journal Award has now been granted to Bradley Kuszmaul for his article The StarTech Massively-Parallel Chess Program (see also p. ??).  ... 
doi:10.3233/icg-1996-19115 fatcat:pwgfm43y4bc4bdd75malpgllui

DON DAILEY, 1956–2013

Aske Plaat
2014 ICGA Journal  
They probably wondered what the potential of SOCRATES on serious hardware would be, and they asked Don for his help in the development of a new massively parallel chess program.  ...  He taught himself how to program the computer and he taught himself how to play chess. His first chess program was REX, originally written in Pascal, in 1985.  ...  In the program description it is noted that STARSOCRATES ran on the 1824 node Intel Paragon parallel supercomputer at Sandia National Laboratories.  ... 
doi:10.3233/icg-2014-37116 fatcat:adebj4renfh2tcpkxcrl5k2pcm