Informal Online Works (e.g., ICCA articles and talk transcripts)
1976 Canadian Computer Chess Workshop, T.A. Marsland,
Firbush News (1976), Univ. of Edinburgh, 37-40.
A Study of Enhancements to the Alpha-Beta Algorithm, T.A. Marsland,
Proceedings McGill Cognitive Science Workshop, Aug. 1982.
Albertan Ties for Second in World Championship!?, T.A. Marsland.
In EN PASSANT, S. Ball (editor), Ottawa, Nov. 1983.
Blitz Blasts Best,
T.A. Marsland, ICCA Journal, December 1984.
SARGON III, reviewed by T.A. Marsland,
ICCA Journal, 1985.
Chess by Computer, T.A. Marsland,
The Times Higher Education Supplement, 1986.
6th World Micro-Computer Computer-Chess Championship Report,
ICCA Journal 9(4), ?-?, 1986.
Workshop Report: Theory and Practice in Computer Chess, T.A. Marsland,
ICCA Journal 10(4), 205-210 (1987).
Workshop report on "New Technologies for Chess", T.A. Marsland,
ICCA Journal 12(1), 1989, p. 50.
A Short History of Computer Chess, Tony Marsland.
In 1989 World Computer Chess Booklet, Edmonton, 6-9.
Anatomy of a Chess Program, T.A. Marsland.
In 8th World Computer Chess Championship brochure, May 1995.
The Future of Computer Chess, T.A. Marsland,
appearing in ICCA J, March 1996.
For partipants in ICCA events Experience is a Hard Teacher, T.A. Marsland,
appearing in ICCA J, December 1996.
Awit-Wita Computer Chess Archive
The following is a series of informal notes from the archive about the
Wita-Awit computer chess project.
A short history of Wita-Awit.
AWIT: A Selective Search Chess Program, T.A. Marsland,
NACCC Description, circa 1980.
International Computer Games
Association Home page.
Tony Marsland Home Page